An anonymous group at Ohio’s Youngstown State University (YSU) recently inundated campus with posters advocating for a ‘Straight Pride’ week. When the university learned about the unsanctioned event, it prompted a meeting with Vice President of Student Life. Soon thereafter, there was an expeditious removal of all posters circulated. Campus leaders say that while they feel the posters were meant as satire, the message was inappropriate. “When individuals belong to dominant social societal cohorts (Caucasian, male, heterosexual, etc.) it is very easy to state ‘we have nothing against your sexual orientation’ and to claim that efforts to raise awareness are ‘annoying.”‘, says Vice President of the Student Government. The group also says they respect the rights to free speech, but they cannot tolerate divisive language to promote unprofessional agendas.