When the California Lutheran High School of Wildomar discovered that two of their students were living a life of lesbian sin, they were removed from the school. The parents of the lesbians initiated a discrimination against the school under the California civil-rights laws.
Judge Gloria Trask threw out the case, indicating that civil rights laws do not force a religious organization into accepting sin.
School Attorney, John McKay, commented, "You can't infringe upon the basic rights of a religious group and their right of association by forcing them to accept people who don't believe in their values," McKay said.
Discrimination suit against Christian school dismissed