Sunday, September 27, 2009

Wholly law

Under changes to the states Equal Opportunity laws, "religious groups will no longer be able to discriminate on the grounds of race, disability, age, physical features, political belief or breastfeeding. But they can continue to discriminate on grounds including sexuality or marital status if it is in accordance with their beliefs" as reported in today's Herald Sun. Phew, what a relief that must be for the men who dress up on a Sunday in gold frocks, who don't actually marry themselves and who's sexual behaviours have sent their own senior clergymen into much liturgical back peddling and cover up. Ah there is nothing like having laws resembling Swiss cheese for those who will not comply. So from a church point of view, all men are equal including the deformed left leaning, breastfeeding migrants with a very large exception to anyone with a personal life choice involving not being married or forbidden from being married then they are not equal and therefore not welcome. How very sad. Unlawful discrimination we were told was about removing inequality for all as described by the attributes in the Act, which applies to all employers. Or not!


  1. Very well said, Ms Lilo.
    ...and they wonder why church membership numbers are dwindling....

  2. Of course the major form of discrimination that goes on in these organsitions is the difference between being a believer or not. What, you don't believe in God? To hell with you, then.