Woman Illegally Gets Fired for Holding Religious Belief About Gender-Altering Treatment


A federal lawsuit has accused a Michigan health care system of wrongfully firing a health care worker who held religious beliefs about gender and sexuality. In a 56-page complaint, First Liberty alleges that UM Health-West violated the rights of the former physician assistant Valerie Kloosterman under both state and federal constitutions by firing her last year after she disclosed religious and medical reasons for opposing gender-altering treatments and pronouns differing from patients’ biological sex.

The lawsuit comes in the midst of rising national and worldwide uproar over the use of such treatments for children, as a cultural clash between progressive and conservative ideologies intensifies. The lawsuit attests that Kloosterman adheres to a tenet which says that God created humans as males and females and should therefore have not being fired.

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