I've been trying to figure out how to write about this for a bit and properly phrase my dislike for what has gone on, but for whatever reason, the words aren't coming.
So I will try asking about it. My impression is that the facts of the situation are as follows:
1. A vote of GA created the "Office of Gay and Lesbian Concerns"
2. At some point the UUA added "bisexual" and "transsexual" to the name and altered the mission to include them. Well, theoretically.
3. Recently, the UUA "merged" the Office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Concerns in with another advocacy group at significantly reduced funding.
As far as step two goes, I'm OK with that. But is the UUA allowed to do step three? I mean, if a GA vote created something, can the UUA just get rid of it.
Polity-wise, it just seems fishy.
who asked about the on the UUA mailing list a few weeks ago and nobody else was bothered, but has remained bothered herself.