A group of University of Pittsburgh students were banned from handing out pro-abstinence materials at a sex education exposition. The university said the Anscombe Society was "impeding foot traffic" and was not an officially recognized organization.
The group is named after a Roman Catholic convert who made religious and secular arguments in favor of abstinence outside of marriage.
The students said they were peacefully handing out flyers when campus police ordered them to leave.
The university denied they were violating anyone's free speech rights, but decided to invite the pro-abstinence students to a future sex expo.
Listen to this report from Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes: