University officer fired for criticizing homosexual politics files lawsuit (CNA)

Toledo, Dec 2, 2008 / 09:07 pm (CNA).- A university administrator fired from the University of Toledo for her published remarks criticizing homosexuality and expressing her Christian views has filed a lawsuit against the school. The suit alleges the violations of her constitutional rights to free speech and equal protection of the law.http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/catholicnewsagency/dailynews/~4/473112123

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This is a general problem at many U.S, universities. I work at a university that has a written and published anit-discrimination policy that covers “sexual orientation.” That means if anyone says anything against the gay lifestyle, they can be fired immediately. Or of course there cannot be any discrimination in hiring. Surprisingly my university claims it is a Catholic university.
What do you think the response of employees there will be? They will be afraid to say that gay sex is wrong, even though it is Catholic treaching.

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