According to a report today in Courthouse News Service, a family specialist fired by a Baptist-owned youth home after they discovered she was a lesbian, is not discrimination based on religion... at least, not according to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. In 1998, Alicia M. Pedreira was working for the Spring Meadows Children's Home in Mount Washington, Ky, which is run by Kentucky Baptist Homes for Children, Inc. She was dismissed after her employers discovered a photograph of her with her female partner at an AIDS fundraiser. The reason they gave for letting her go was that her homosexual lifestyle was contrary to the "core values" of their Christian organization. Pedreira sued Kentucky Baptist.
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(just a little hint of what to expect - the judge in this case is a Bush appointee)