Canada’s Supreme Court rules that LGBT rights come BEFORE your religious beliefs | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Canada’s Supreme Court rules that LGBT rights come BEFORE your religious beliefs

Canada’s top court has ruled in favour of denying accreditation to a Christian law school that banned students from having gay sex.

Friday’s ruling against Trinity Western University in British Columbia (BC) was closely watched by both religious freedom and gay rights advocates.

The university made students promise not to have extra-marital or gay sex.

The Supreme Court found that protecting LGBT students from discrimination trumped religious freedom.

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