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Why LGBT Associations in MBAs?

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So... ok... I can understand this:

You are 18, in the university, away from home and very frisky.
Or maybe you are looking for a meaningful relationship and want to be surrounded by people with similar tastes.
Well that is teenage stuff or a date website.

When I go to a business school I want to get intellectually stimulated and do partnership establishing win win situations, commercial agreements. Maybe I want to gain deep knowledge into a market, as I share mine and my views on international issues. Maybe I want to train my soft skills and need coaching.

None of these things have to do the slightest with whom do I sleep with in the night or who I fall in love

I feel society is going a bit crazy with all this LGTB stuff. Even with MBA/companies admissions. I dont want sexual diversity, I want intellectual one, and the others I care so little about that, by pure randomness, will reflect the percentages of population that are in certain ways by themselves. Creating all this artificial situations is totally innecessary and only makes people less equal.

Any comments on this? Am I the only one who feels this in such professional environments is completely out of place?
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Strength through diversity.

The day we decide who can and cannot establish organizations designed to improve the global business community in ways we may not yet understand is the day we lose our sense of ethics.

Maybe reach out to them and get a feel for why the organization exists and what their mission and vision is. You may be surprised.


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bwash87 wrote:
Strength through diversity.

The day we decide who can and cannot establish organizations designed to improve the global business community in ways we may not yet understand is the day we lose our sense of ethics.

Maybe reach out to them and get a feel for why the organization exists and what their mission and vision is. You may be surprised.
Lobbying is precisely worsening the business community, for both outsiders who can not benefit from insiders ideas and especially for insiders, who narrowmindedly confine their universe to people who have something as little relevant for business as their sexual preference
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