A woman was a teacher at a Christian school in Florida.
She was engaged to marry.
She got married.
She found out she was pregnant.
She went to administration to let them know she’d need maternity leave.
The school administration asked when she got pregnant.
She told them the truth...that she conceived three weeks prior to her wedding but didn’t know she was pregnant until afterward.
The school fired the woman for fornication.
The school then told students and parents the woman’s personal bitness...specifically when she conceived and why she was fired.
The woman sued.
ABCNews.com posted an article.
A bitch read the article…and it made my ‘fro ache.
Rewind to them asking the teacher when she conceived…
What the fuck?
I wouldn’t have answered that shit…’tis none of their damn business and, short of hacking her doctor’s computer, they wouldn’t be able to find it out any other way.
But okay…clearly we’re dealing with one of those super honest people and she probably didn’t anticipate the school doing the math and then condemning her as a fornicator in the town square.
Let’s move on to the school telling everyone and their dawg this woman’s business...
Oh, hell no!
I don’t give a hot damn what religious blah, blah, blah a school is associated with – they are still subject to basic privacy laws and there ain’t no way in hell to spin that kind of disclosure as legal.
And now to the pesky issue of faith in the classroom.
If a woman who becomes pregnant and marries loses everything for fornication…
…does that promote abstinence, lying about when a pregnancy was conceived or termination of pregnancy should marriage not be an option?
If you're damned either way, what way do you go?
Pause...sip more coffee...continue.
But hey, the church in question managed to attack a lovely family in their efforts to defend so-called family values – way to sell us heathens on the joyous benefits of faith in the classroom!