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Though the school's handbook and website say that the school is non-discriminatory as to race, color, religion and national or ethnic origin, it doesn't stipulate that they won't discriminate based on the sexual orientation of a child's parents.
Even though the sign at the church says Episcopal, they said they have parted with that church and are now Anglican. The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth confirmed this in a press release Saturday afternoon, stating the church has been deposed by the Episocpal church. The diocese says they have non-discrimination admission policies at all their schools.
Originally posted by yellowcard
I am all for gay rights, but this is a private school and they can do whatever the hell they want...and I doubt them being a lesbian couple was a huge factor, but saying it was makes for an easy lawsuit and free publicity. How do gays and minorities ever hope to get over discrimination when some of them keep raising stupid lawsuits that perpetuate people's fears of hiring or admitting them?
[edit on 21-8-2010 by yellowcard]
private Episcopal school
Originally posted by GunzCoty
Go home see mommy kissing mommy go to school learn how they will burn in hell go back home mommy says they are lairs go back to school they say mommy is a jezzabel lair who will be the Devils prostitute.
If parents wish to be gay
This is like the muslims who want to build a mosque next to ground zero. They are both sticking their thumbs into the eyes of the American people!
Originally posted by Violater1
A lesbian couple circumvents Christian doctrine, attempts to have their adopted child admitted into a Christian school, get rejected, and now feel disappointed? This is like the muslims who want to build a mosque next to ground zero. They are both sticking their thumbs into the eyes of the American people!
Originally posted by intrepid
They want a better education for their kid. They have the money, what's the problem? Are you saying that if you could put your kids through a private school you wouldn't?