Australians Don't Support Religious Exemptions To Discriminate

The survey, released 1 May 2018, found Australians strongly oppose laws allowing LGBTI discrimination in the name of religion. These findings included 
  • 4 out of 5 Australians oppose laws allowing discrimination against gay and lesbian students and teachers at religious schools
  • Virtually the same proportion oppose allowing discrimination against transgender students and teachers at religious schools
  • There is strong opposition to refusal of services to same-sex couples in the name of religion
  • A majority say religious schools that discriminate should not receive government funding
In short, Australians want less discrimination against LGBTI people in the name of religion, not more. Indeed, Australians emphatically reject discrimination against LGBTI people in the name of religion, even more emphatically than they supported marriage equality.”

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