If acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle is a Satanic teaching, then I see nothing wrong with giving people that freedom. It is perfectly natural for people to be bisexual, and I believe that some 90% of us are bisexual (the healthy 90% of us, at that). I prefer the opposite sex, but I am in favor of allowing everyone the chance to live a homosexual or bisexual lifestyle if they choose. And, I don't even view it as a "lifestyle". I view it as a personal choice, much like choosing whether to get LED or CFL lights. Or like listening to country music or disco. In a healthy society, there would be no shame for someone to be bisexual, even group sex. If that is a Satanic teaching, I am all for it.
Higher education is another matter. Yes, people need to get the best education they can afford. This comes from a combination of formal education, experience, research on your own, and actual apprenticeship. College has many non-monetary benefits, and one of them is learning to live on your own. I advise doing research on trying to stay out of debt or limiting your student debt to reasonable and manageable levels, given that there is no assurance of finding a job if the Rothschilds decide to pull out the job market in 4 years and because debt is slavery. But with all the stories I hear about students refusing full scholarships and that parents are not allowed to save toward college, something is wrong. If you can get into college with full scholarship or with having to pay only a small out of pocket tuition, you are not looking at big debt. And, if you can get in without running up big debt, there is no reason why you shouldn't. You might take up a part time job while in college to give yourself spending money or pay the small out of pocket portion, and that is even better. But trying to claim college is evil is rotten--the same debt trap will result if you pious-sneer, take part time work to pious-sneer, donate to the Worldwide Pedophile Defense Fund beyond your means, and waste all that gas and suit money.
I wonder if the other one included the Internet. Which is basically the free version of higher education. Unlike college, there is no debt trap waiting for you with the Internet. Do you have enough money to attend the Grand Boasting Session? Do you have gas money for a month of pious-sneering? Can you afford to buy suits for your family and dry clean them for 6 months? If so, you can afford a computer. Internet access these days offers flat-rate billing that is relatively affordable (in some countries, however, you run into data caps). Take advantage of it. You might be able to get your higher education online, get real college credits, and minimize the money debt. And you have the Internet to research things, either within a college course or freestyle. Either way, you are sure to benefit.