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School Must Reinstate Anti-LGBTQ+ Religious Club, Court Rules

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A Christian group that discriminates against LGBTQ+ people must be reinstated as an official student organization at a high school in San Jose, Calif., while a lawsuit against it proceeds, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.The San Jose Unified School District had withdrawn recognition of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes after a controversy over the club at Pioneer High School, the Los Angeles Times reports.

In 2019, a teacher had questioned its “Sexual Purity” statement, which said heterosexual marriage was the only proper setting for sexual relationships.

The teacher said he was “deeply saddened” by this and asked students for their opinions. After complaints and protests, the district ended up rescinding recognition of the club, saying it was in violation of San Jose Unified’s nondiscrimination policy.The group and its parent organization then sued, claiming this amounted to discrimination on the basis of religion.

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