Monday, 30 November 2009

Christian loses sex therapy case

Ed: Another Revelation 13:17 moment.

A relationship counsellor from Bristol who refused to offer sex therapy to gay couples has lost his appeal for unfair dismissal.

Christian Gary MacFarlane, 47, was sacked by marriage guidance service Relate after he said he could not do anything to promote gay sex.

Mr MacFarlane, who is a former church elder, was appealing on the grounds of religious discrimination.

He alleged Relate had refused to accommodate his religious beliefs. Read more

No comments will be posted without a full name and location, see the

1 comment:

Donald said...

You rarely get Satanists' or pagans' religious beliefs accommodated, ever. Why is that??? Yet other religions (and lets not lose sight that there are hundreds) feel their sensibilities and rights to offence should be listened to on a daily basis. It makes no more sense to worry about other peoples' private beliefs than their choice of football team, stance on stamp collecting or politics.