Religious and gay Sydney teacher tells Q+A she was fired due to her sexuality

Religious and gay Sydney teacher tells Q+A she was fired due to her sexuality

Religious and gay Sydney teacher tells Q+A she was fired due to her sexuality Prime Minister Scott Morrison has introduced the religious discrimination bill to Parliament, and one teacher has told Q+A her experiences show why calls to make sure gay schoolteachers and students are protected are necessary. Key points: - Federal Coalition MP Jason Falinski said there will be an independent commission against corruption - The merits of the Religious Discrimination Bill were discussed - A teacher says she was fired from her job at a Christian school after coming out Audience member Stephanie Lentz told Q+A she had been fired from her English teaching job at a Sydney Christian school earlier this year and claimed it was because she came out as gay. Ms Lentz identifies as both …
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