on Monday, 4 June 2007 at 8.05 am by Simon Sarmiento
categorised as equality legislation
I previously drew attention to a page from the UK Department of Communities and Local Government, with links to guidance booklets.
There are now two further pages from the same department:
“As religious organisations, churches could qualify for the religious organisation exemption… to comply with doctrinal belief or avoid conflicting with the strongly held beliefs of a significant number of the religion’s followers.”
Yes, I will hang my head in shame at my intolerant beliefs – until you tweak the law a bit to load me into the cattle car, that is. “Now boarding for the Family (values) Camps!” Yes, soon enough there will be something to be shamed about here.
Feeling persecuted for persecuting another minority? That’s a double negative 😉
But, Hugh, you’ve been around here long enough to know that gay people are really just out to destroy the family. I mean, a family is one mother, one father, and kids. We got rid of that old fashioned extended family years ago, and good thing too, since that whole “my sibling is almost as much a parent to my kids as I am”, that’s just pagan or something, and a single parent, depending on how they got that way, is either a valiant father, an object of pity, or a slut. Besides, it’s oppressive to make them acknowledge our… Read more »