Senior VP at Baylor responds to gay couple being denied family gym membership

Posted on 07 May 2010 at 10:38am
Jennifer Coleman
Jennifer Coleman

Jennifer Coleman, Baylor Health Care System’s senior vice president for consumer affairs, has commented on the below post about the Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center’s refusal to allow gay couples to sign up for family memberships. For my full story on the situation, go here.

I’ve tried calling Coleman in response to her comments, but her assistant tells me she’s at a two-day conference and unavailable. Well, apparently not too unavailable to comment on this blog, but anyhow, it sounds like Coleman is working to address the problem. After the jump, find out what she’s said.

Submitted on 2010/05/07 at 7:28am:
Hi all,

We’re sorry that Steven and Roland had this issue. We’re looking into it and will be in touch soon with possible options. Apologize for this inconvenience.

Jennifer Coleman
Sr. Vice President, Consumer Affairs
Baylor Health Care System

Submitted on 2010/05/07 at 10:19am:
Everyone, this was an interesting suggestion about what may be a trend in health clubs in Texas and the family definition that we definitely will research. It’s important to us that people use our fitness center to get healthy and stay that way, and we’ll see what our research yields. I can’t swear to it, but I am not sure this has come up before so please give us a little time to review. Thanks, and if you want to comment please send me a note at

Jennifer Coleman
Sr. Vice President, Consumer Affairs
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