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MIT, Harvard Rent ‘Rainbow Lounge’ for ‘Queer Bible Studies’

'The service group provides resources to students to change their names and genders on academic records... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has opened a room dubbed the “Rainbow Lounge” and is renting it out for various events and meetings, including “queer bible studies” that are trans-friendly.

LGBTQ Services at MIT, an “Intercultural Campus Resource for Diverse Gender, Romantic, and Sexual Identities,” is in charge of the lounge, according to Campus Reform.

The service group partners with Harvard University to hold a Queer Bible Study Group in the room on Thursdays.

The Bible study group hopes to “create a queer- and trans-affirming Christian space in which we can bring the fullness of our lives, desires, and selves into conversation with the good news of Jesus Christ.”

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MIT’s gay graduation—also known as the “Lavender Graduation”—was held in the Rainbow Lounge.

The university’s LGBTQ services also partnered with a group called SPXCE to hold a Block Party Mixer to showcase “intersectional social justice education.”

The service group provides resources to students to change their names and genders on academic records and student IDs, which MIT allows to also appear on allegedly legitimate diplomats even though students don’t have to legally change their names.

For good measure, the queer bible study-promoting group also shows gay movies and recommends books.

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The depravity has reportedly been a fixture on campus since 2019.

 

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