There’s tough love then there’s this.
According to a news release from the ACLU, Haywood High School Principal Dorothy Bond also said that gay students were “not on God’s path” and were “ruining their lives.”
The published policies of the Haywood County schools list “physical contact” as a minor infraction. But students complained to the ACLU that during a Feb. 9 school assembly, Bond said that gay students showing affection could face 60-day suspensions, assignments to an alternative school or expulsion.
The ACLU also said Bond has incorporated prayers and proselytizing into school events and once told a lesbian student that she would go to hell.
Naturally, this didn’t sit well with the ACLU who came down on her like a firestorm, causing her to resign. It’s 2012, why are people still saying things like this and thinking they won’t get fired or asked to sit their a$$es at home? Anyway, we hope Dorothy’s church has an opening because that’s probably the only place she can work after this.
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