According to administrators at a California city college, a science professor at the public school made discriminatory remarks in class when he referred to homosexuality as a mental disorder that needs to be treated.
Three students brought formal complaints against the professor, Bradley Lopez, saying he frequently made discriminatory remarks and regularly referred his students to the Bible during his lessons genetics and conception, violating the public school’s discriminatory policies.
“Instructors are not required to hide their own religious belief or non-belief, but they may not engage in religious indoctrination as Dr. Lopez did here,” said Christopher Villa, vice president of student services. “Dr. Lopez engaged in conduct that could result in the creation of a hostile learning environment by unreasonably interfering with students’ learning by making insulting comments directed at homosexuals.”
The school commented that they “will take appropriate action” towards the violations, according to Villa.
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