Archaic Values

Not signing this contract was my choice, but I have effectively lost my job to discrimination. Excluding LGBTQIA+ people from the school community perpetuates these archaic values, and doesn’t prepare students for the real world. In the real world if you don’t share values with a colleague or friend you can’t contract them out of your life.”

– Au contraire, unnamed “former teacher” quoted by The Guardian. In today’s “real world,” those who disagree with homosexual extremists, trans-nazis or feminists can be – and routinely are – ‘contracted’ out of life. Don’t like Christian doctrine? Get a job at a state school. Simple.

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7 Responses to Archaic Values

  1. Lee says:

    Are there any “LGBTQIA+ people” in Islamic schools or institutions?
    And if not, why aren’t those schools being question or condemned?
    The latter is a rhetorical question; we all know why only Christians are singled out.

  2. rosie says:

    Very selfish.
    Very surprise.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Poor thing. She can join the two German churchmen after they get booted too.
    The Bible isn’t especially unclear on this topic. Do read please it lady.

    Cardinal George Pell Urges Vatican to Admonish Pro-Gay Bishops (16 Mar)

  4. Shy Ted says:

    Get a teaching job in a state school! What self-respecting alt would want to groom those fat, tattooed, surly, unattractive kids?

  5. Lee says:

    If you disagree with a school or business’s core values and don’t want to sign a contract, fine, don’t sign it.
    Nobody’s forcing you. Get a job elsewhere and quit whinging.
    Why you would want a job where you disagree with their tenets is beyond me in any case.
    Unless you’re just an activist or someone trying to stir up trouble.

  6. Not Trampis says:

    Your sexuality is irrelevant.
    What matters is following biblical values. It applies as much to a womaniser as to anyone

  7. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Good advice, sad that no-one ever seemed to offer it to one Bob Hawke.

    And I suspect that the school concerned would also agree.

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