Here’s an article from the Georgia State newspaper about a “being gay is a sin” rally held last week on campus. Here’s a quote from a GSU official explaining why the group has the right to speak on campus:

GSU is strongly committed to academic freedom and freedom of speech. Respect for those rights requires the university to tolerate expressions of opinion that may differ from its own. As a public institution, we cannot ignore the fact that citizens broad protections in the exercise of their speech. It is not required that their speech be couched in inoffensive terms. We encourage civil and reasoned discourse, but we recognize that confrontational speech may fall within the realm of protected speech.

Well said. Free speech for all requires tolerating speech you don’t agree with.