I was an officer on the student council at UC Hastings then. We denied the Hastings “Christians” student organization funding because of their discriminatory policies that thwarted the clear law on the matter at hand. Their charter conflicted with long-established student organization regulations.
Only a tiny minority of Christians consider themselves “persecuted,” mainly on the grounds that people will not automatically agree with them or voluntarily abide by their nutty rules. There is no need to cater to people with personality disorders, and especially no need to provide funds for them to project their delusions onto others.
Why? Well, driving through Anytown in the USA, you will find an abundant plethora of Christian churches. None of them pay property tax. Yes, yes, the same is true of synagogues and mosques, but they are vastly outnumbered by the Christian churches. None of them pay income tax. Furthermore, donors pay no tax on their contributions.
Try to find out how much money religious organizations take in each year, and how they spend it. I dare ya.
I invite you to consider each religious organization site as a sinkhole for taxpayer money. What if that money went to our schools and health care needs instead?