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Sex counsellor who refused gays not discriminated against says tribunal

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  1. Simon Murphy 9 Jan 2009, 4:15pm

    Good news. So basically all Relate did wrong was to instantly dismiss him instead of giving him a month’s notice of their intention to dismiss him. That’s good news.

  2. Very good news. And The Christian Institute better take note and stop funding these cases. No-one is being discriminated because of their religion, they’re being disciplined/dismissed because they refuse to treat people equally according to the law. I’m sick of what seem like me to be test cases done for publicity and to make out that Christians are some kind of victims. Christians are free to believe what they want, but they are not allowed to use their ‘beliefs’ to discriminate, just as racists can hold their beliefs in private but aren’t allowed to discriminate in public or use hate-filled language.

  3. I as a gay man would personally ask for a counselor who could help with gay issues. I really wouldn’t want a counselor who was not comfortable with gay issues. And religious beliefs have nothing to do with my opinion.

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