Friday, August 28, 2009
DC protects ex-gays from discrimination, but there is a "catch"
The Washington Blade reports on Aug. 28 that a DC Superior Court Judge had found in June that people who see themselves as ex-gay are protected from discrimination by DC law regarding sexual orientation.
However the judge also ruled that the National Education Association did not violate the law by not allowing representation to PFOX, Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays in 2002.
The NEA was held free to oppose representation of groups whose views strongly contradicted its own mission.
The link for the story is here.