Why is it always Christian schools which have to fight for their rights?

The College Fix reports.

Christian college sues the feds to protect women’s privacy and due process, president says

By warping Title IX, regulators show they are ‘misogynists’

Everett Piper has a much bigger agenda than simply stopping the federal government from telling his evangelical university how it must investigate rape allegations.

The president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University says he is defending the most basic rights of women against “misogynists” in Washington who deny their fundamental identities.

In a phone interview with The College Fix, Piper framed OKWU’s decision to join a lawsuit against the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) – the first college to take that step – as a matter of religious freedom and individual liberty.

“We refuse to water down our morality by being forced to wallow in the mud of Washington’s moral confusion,” Piper said. “I refuse to be held hostage to the funding of Title IX to compromise our moral identity.”

What’s at stake: $15 million and its honor code

In the wake of OCR’s expanded interpretation of Title IX, schools have been flooded with lawsuits by both students accused of sexual misconduct – who claim due-process and reverse-discrimination violations – and accusing students, who say their complaints were mishandled or marginalized by administrators.

Earlier this week, OKWU joined a lawsuit filed by a former University of Virginia law student against OCR. The suit is sponsored by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.