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A teacher has been fired a catholicschool teacher indiana has been fired a teacher has been fired a catholicschool teacher indiana has been fired for receiving fertility treatments theticket which the kaplan church does not like as were from oil analyst right uh. in a federal lawsuit filed fortwayne indiana teacher emily curtis is claiming she wasfired and told by a senior church official their attempt to becomepregnant through in vitro fertilization with a grave immoral sin and made heruh. gravy moral center between a boat three and twenty eleven.
Herkst hot literature and language artsat the saint vincent depaul school shoes herkst hot literature and language artsat the saint vincent depaul school shoes wellregarded received high marks greatreviews no question about it and in twenty ten she's married she learnedthat she suffers from a medical condition which causes infertility soshe told the principal she's going to undergo some i_v_f_ treatments accordingto court documents in the principal at the time you are in my prayers and allowed it nowlet's be honest as we know relationships where you cannot naturally conceived children should.
Not be allowed that's why gay marriageis such a disturbing thing not be allowed that's why gay marriageis such a disturbing thing is this even really a marriage thatshould be ok she can actually conceived filtering everything's thesame it is everything as i said no questionabout it so this continues one year later in mayof twenty eleven uh. uh. ms hurts requestedadditional time off because she needed subsequent treatment at that time shewas told the report to the uh. past their of the same vincent depaulcatholic churches office and she was.
Told that she was a great a moral centerthat she was not going to be able to told that she was a great a moral centerthat she was not going to be able to continue teaching there because of thei_d_f_ treatments got out it would be a big problem so this is this is despicable aswe know we already have the catholic church onrecord we have the pope on record saying he thinks what it what american bishopsare doing to persecute and prevent to persecute elegy bt individuals is a goodthing we know that the catholic church's is significantly bigoted against the theldv t community.
They also don't respect the rights ofwomen they also don't respect the rights ofwomen this is really not a surprise no but uh. repetitively is ok but only at thatstuff you know question unless cover that up the catholic church really needs to getwith the twenty first century let me get this straight i want to go to is is took kernel of salary to teach and istrying to bring to life.
A new trial than to the through thisworld by using i_v_f_ is a grave in a new trial than to the through thisworld by using i_v_f_ is a grave in moral center however priest who sexuallyabused as children for years and years and the people who hide that crime is just the priest nothing wrong therethere's something disgusting we run with this picture were more commercially about it i guess not much.
Are We Born Vegan Parents Speak
Our societal perception of what is normaland natural tends to be defined by the actions Our societal perception of what is normaland natural tends to be defined by the actions of the majority. As most people grew up eatinganimal products from an early age, veganism is by default viewed as a deviation from thenorm. Yet as children, vegan or not, most also exhibitan inherent affinity for animals, as evidenced by their tendency to hug, pet and play withrather than tackle and tear the flesh from them. Given this near universality, one has to wonder:are vegans the few who have deviated from our animaleating nature, or are nonvegansthe majority who have deviated from our animalloving nature.
Hi it's Emily from Bite Size Vegan and welcometo another vegan nugget. Today I'm excited Hi it's Emily from Bite Size Vegan and welcometo another vegan nugget. Today I'm excited to welcome back my guests from the vegan parentingseries to share about the value of nurturing children's inherent compassion for animalsand whether this by nature extends to acceptance of and respect for their fellow humans regardlessof superficial differences, and stewardship towards nature and our planet. You can find the rest of the parenting seriestutorials so far linked here and in the description below as well as the kids interview seriesstarring the other half of today's families. So let's jump right in.
First we'll hear from Martin from London,England. He and Katie are parents of First we'll hear from Martin from London,England. He and Katie are parents of Sam, 17, Jamie, 15, and 4yearold JoJo. Martin: It's part of our nature, compassion,it's nothing that has to be taught. It's something we condition out. So it'smore about ensuring that it's still in our minds, our bodies and in our souls. We preachequality all across society. Across race, across sexes, across certain animals as well,but we just don't live it. We used to make the mistake before we were vegan of goingâ€œbe careful with the ants, don't tread on a snail, take the spider out in a cup andstroke the dog and the catâ€� and meanwhile.
We feed them chicken and eggs and it was hypocritical.So to recommunicate to them of why it's we feed them chicken and eggs and it was hypocritical.So to recommunicate to them of why it's important to do that, it's essential andit's a foundation for our being because speciesism is the first thing we're taught,it's our first prejudice. If you get that narrowed down from the beginning, all of theother prejudices kind of fall into line and there is no kind of discrimination acrossany race, sex or species. Next we head to Bronx in New York City, NY,to hear from Jesse, father of 2yearold Zachary, and 4yearold Jesse Jace. Jesse: Children do not want to eat animals they have to be forced to because they have.
No desire to.it's not instinctual. Whenyou teach your children this way, you see no desire to.it's not instinctual. Whenyou teach your children this way, you see them full of joy. You don't see them, whenthey play with other kids, being bullies. They're happy, they're friendlier, youknow. And I think it's a great way to raise your children with empathy and compassionfor everything because we need to teach our children the things we have done wrong andtry to change that way in society where we care for everything, where we understand we'renot just here for humans. Other animals need a chance and we need to also take care ofthem and that we are all earthlings and preach unity for everybody. It's definitely importantto teach children compassion. I think it goes.
Handinhand with veganism. handinhand with veganism. Providing insight from Down Under in BrisbaneAustralia, we have Theresa, mother of 10yearold Amina and Kara, mother of 11yearold Jude,9yearold Gala, and three grown children, including India, who chimed in as a veganparenttobe. Kara: I think it's natural. Theresa: You don't even have to teach themthat. India: If something's living you know don'thurt it. If you're a kid you just don't think to. Kara: And I think, you know, with the kids,they do feel the animals pain as their own.
In a way. They've got that real. in a way. They've got that real. India: They haven't been taught to see thedifference between â€œwe're an animal, but we're higher up than this animalâ€�. Kara: See, I wouldn't mind if Jude andGala saw any kind of tutorials but they don't. Not because I don't let them, Ireally don't censor it or anything. But they're like, because they really do feelthe suffering, they're like â€œI don't want to see anything mumâ€�. And I say no,you don't have to, because it really hurts them. Like they really feel the sufferingof the animals as their own. And that was.