Basketball pllayer was denied job for anti-gay views


The sportswoman believes herself to be ‘cured’ from lesbianism and says that being LGBT brings people to death. Camille LeNoir says that such views were the only reason for the university not to appoint her as a coach. Initially accepting the job, LeNoir made plans to move to the state. She says the offer was retracted when this 2011 video seen by the university bosses. In the video she calls homosexuality a choice and says it is not worth losing your soul. She also adds: ‘If you believe you were born gay or homosexual or whatever — if you feel you were born that way — I would say that you weren’t. God wouldn’t create you homosexual, then say in the Bible that it’s wrong, and then send you to Hell.’LeNoir is now suing New Mexico State in U.S. District Court. She believes she is being discriminated against for being heterosexual and Christian. The university says it made the oral offer for the job, ‘outside of NMSU’s job posting procedures.’ This requires a public posting and standard recruitment process. So it says: ‘Therefore, irrespective of the online video, Ms. LeNoir very well may not have been hired.’ But the lawsuit does say they advised LeNoir to take down the video because it, ‘would make it difficult for her to find a job in women’s college basketball.’


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