Texas College Campus Divided Over Bible for Porn Campaign
Tuesday, March 02, 2010
A Texas college campus is locked in a fierce debate after a group of students launched the "smut for smut" campaign, trading bibles and other religious texts for porn, MyFoxSanAntonio.com reported.
Atheist students at the University of Texas at San Antonio announced that any student over the age of 18 will receive pornographic materials if they trade in religious materials, according to MyFoxSanAntonio.com.
Leaders of this atheist campaign allege that porn is no worse than what's written in religious texts.
A university spokesman says that this controversial cause is completely legal, though he admits a majority of the students on campus do not agree with it, according to MyFoxSanAntonio.com.
As disgusting as it is, it is legal. Whatever happened to toleranc
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:57 PM on Mar. 2, 2010
too each their own. No body would be upset if it were the reverse, porn for bibles. Everyone is entitled to express themselves and views how they wish as long it's in a peaceful way. their porn isn't hurting anyone. they aren't forcing it on anyone. let it go and they will fade. They're getting their ten minutes and soon it will be over.
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