Oh my. For the record, let me state that I absolutely loved (and love) my alma mater, treasure the education and experience I received there, and would not trade it for anything in the world.
That said, there was (10 years ago) and continues to be an enormous amount of bias against homosexuals at Baylor University. While I was there, an "underground" support group who called themselves "Baylor Freedom" began holding meetings in undisclosed locations. There was at least a year of controversy over this in the school newspaper, in campus discussions and assemblies, and even in some classes.
I think it is only natural, given that it is a very large, yet very conservative Baptist university. I don't even think the bias comes from the top down, but is rather something that seems to permeate a very homogenous student body of over-priveledged and somewhat sheltered church kids, getting away from home, many of them, for the first time.