*Warning: photo below may have words that trigger some people*

Some UTEP students were caught off guard when they noticed a sign that was disheartening. The black and white sign had the title warning in capital letters with some things listed below.

One particular UTEP student was so stunned she snapped a photo of the sign and shared it on her Twitter.

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Clearly, Isabel has quite the sense of humor for how she titled her picture of the sign. The Christian extremists are apparently at it again this year.

Now, this isn't the first time a sign like this has popped up on the UTEP campus. The sign has a list of things that are a few of the beliefs Christians have.

I was shocked that I didn't see one particular topic on there, abortion but one of the items listed had me feeling like Isabel's caption.

I had no clue that yoga pants were a part of damnation, which sounds insane. The Christian extremists would definitely not approve of my wardrobe since I own a lot of yoga pants.

In the picture, Isabel had shared on Twitter shows a group standing together looking at the sign. You can also spot a brave soul standing proud in front of the crowd holding the LGBT flag high.


I understand we all have our own beliefs when it comes to the religion we follow but what I don't get are people who force their beliefs on you by doing something like this.

This isn't the first time and probably won't be the last UTEP students and staff see something like this.

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