Gay students immune from expulsion as government waters down religious freedom ...

Gay students immune from expulsion as government waters down religious freedom ...
Gay students immune from expulsion as government waters down religious freedom ...
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Students can not be expelled from school for being gay, under an amendment to the government's religious freedom act.

The Sex Discrimination Act is set to be changed to prevent discrimination against school students on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation, even at religious schools in which acceptance of homosexuality contradicts the faith's teachings.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison had been under intense pressure to protect LGBTIQ+ students after introducing his religious discrimination bill to parliament.

The bill aims to shield people making statements about their religious

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