Does anyone want to bet that the ‘shame list’ doesn’t include any Muslim schools?

Campus Reform reports.

LGBT group releases ‘shame list’ of religious colleges

A leading LGBTQ non-profit has released a “shame list” of more than 100 schools whose religious affiliations apparently make them “the absolute worst campuses for LGBTQ youth.”

Indeed, the list was released for the explicit purpose of “calling out the harmful and shameful acts of religion-based prejudice and bigotry,” Campus Pride stated in its release.

All 102 colleges on the list have ties to some sort of Christian denomination and, in fact, the sole criterion for making the list was whether or not the school used its religious identity to qualify for a Title IX exemption, meaning the school can continue to enact policies that presume a traditional definition of marriage.

Campus Pride, though, found these schools worthy of being publicly shamed, calling their “religion-based bigotry” both “careless and life-threatening.”

“LGBTQ young people face high rates of harassment and violence, especially our trans youth and LGBTQ youth of color,” Campus Pride Executive Director Shane Windmeyer wrote in Monday’s press release. “The schools on this list openly discriminate against LGBTQ youth and many of these schools have requested or received Title IX exemptions for no other purpose than to discriminate, expel, and ban LGBTQ youth from campus.”

The non-profit then encourages students who find their campus on the list to contact Campus Pride for help filing a formal complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.