SJSU suspends blood drives, citing FDA ban on donations by gay menSo, in their vindictiveness about the blood banks not accepting those who engage in risky behavior, they choose to choke off the supply of new donors and indirectly threaten to kill people who could use the blood.
In a controversial move believed to be a first by an American college, San Jose State University President Don Kassing has suspended all campus blood drives because of a longstanding government policy that bars gay men from donating blood.
The silliness is, the blood banks aren't banning people with certain predilections, they are banning people who engage in certain behaviors, much like the Church does not condemn people with certain temptations, only those who give in to them. However, the Church is far more forgiving of those who sincerely repent. The blood banks cannot afford that luxury.