Hershey School Files Answer in HIV Discrimination Suit
See this story from the Philadelphia Inquirer, which begins:
The Milton Hershey School said it was well aware that people with AIDS have been victims of "discrimination arising from ignorance."
But the boarding school founded by the nation's most-famous chocolate merchant insisted it nonetheless acted properly in denying admission to an HIV-positive Delaware County teenager.
In its recently filed response to a lawsuit, the school said the case "requires a realistic examination of teen sexuality" and the "inability to control consensual sexual activity . . . in the unique residential setting."