Hope this topic doesn't offend anyone... So, even after I have already submitted my Pharmcas Application I am still wondering whether or not I should have applied to schools such as Palm Beach Atlantic and/or Creighton University. They were originally at the top of my list, Creighton more so because it is known for its clinical curriculum. However, when I realized PBA was a nondenominational christian school and Creighton was Jesuit I began to panic and ultimately decided not to apply there. Why? To be honest I am a baptist and quite spiratual, but this of course is not the problem... I remembered a couple years back I ran into an article that baffled me. A male student was ejected from a university in the states after his Myspace profile read that he was gay. Being a gay male, this actually scares me. The worse part about it is that the state had an antidiscrimination policy but the school had an anti-gay policy as well. I really don't want to apply to a school that isn't accepting of my orientation, especially when it has nothing to do with my ability to perform as a student or professional. Half the time people don't even know until I exchange with them the information. 99% of the time I get a "Wow, didn't see that one coming. I don't care". Either way it's very discomforting to know that even if I get into one of the colleges above that I could be expelled just because of who I like. If the school doesn't want me, then so be it, I don't want to go there anyway. However, I was wondering if anyone knew any information about the christian and Jesuit pharmacy schools and their policies on homosexual men and women. My ex has told me that it shouldn't matter, and that it should be treated as "Don't ask don't tell," but I really do not want to attend a school that wouldnt want "my kind" there in the first place. I would just like to know if it's even worth the money because I do not want to end up like that pharmacy student. Thanks guys for taking the time out to read this post, any and all information is accepted.