BROSoc’s constitution states that the society’s main aim is to provide a safe space for men on campus and address mental health issues specific to men, through the establishment of a Men’s Shed.
The Men’s Shed is a not for profit mental health program for men and boys that has been broadly successful since it was founded in 2007.
At the monthly Board meeting, Queer Portfolio holder and USU Board Director Liam Carrigan argued that allowing the formation of BROSoc could cause “significant damage” to the queer community, especially amongst trans and genderqueer members.
No, they don't need trans or gay people to speak up; they'll do it for them.
No, it doesn't matter that some of our members ARE trans or gay - they are wrong, and Feminists will stop them from saying anything because it knows what is best for them.
Only Feminists can be allowed free speech - it's the only way to keep it pure.