A group of students at Brigham Young University iconically lit up the schools famed Y in rainbow colours. The demonstration took place for one hour and was done in an effort for LGBTQ+ acceptance, recognition.
About 40 LGBTQ+ students from the student organisation Color The Campus participated in the lighting. Bradley Talbot, the LGBTQ+ student who organized the demonstration, told Salt Lake Tribune that he wanted to send a message to the school. “We’re here, and we are part of this institution.
We should have a place at the Y.” Sparks of change and acceptance were seen last month after the university removed a longstanding rule that banned “all forms of physical intimacy that give expression to homosexual feelings.”.Read more on gaytimes.co.uk