A small, private college in Georgia has a new requirement for its employees: that they be straight, the Huffington Post reports. Shorter University, a Christian Baptist school located in Rome, Ga., is mandating that its 200 employees sign a "personal lifestyle pledge" declaring that they reject homosexuality, premarital sex and adultery, WSBTV reports. Shorter President Don Dowless told WSBTV that their goal "is not to offend people," but to "declare who we are."

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