''We wanted something with a little pop to it, and we wanted to neutralize an epithet, like a lot of groups have done with the word 'queer.' ... They said we were in violation of several regulations. We didn't have to change the name, but we couldn't put any emphasis on the acronym. We couldn't put it in bold.''
Jason Frye, president of the Fellowship of Associated Gay Students & Straight Allies, a gay support group at two San Diego Community Colleges. His group's posters were taken down and they were asked to stop using the acronym F. A. G. S. after their materials generated complaints from staff and other student. Frye is claiming an infringement on free speech. (San Diego Union Tribune)