Ireland never ceases to surprise us! After the equal marriage was adopted by referendum, and after it recently recognized gender without medical intervention, Ireland has just removed the religious exemption.
Irish Minister for Equality Aodhán Ó Ríordáin wants the repeal a law that allows religious organizations, including schools and hospitals, to discriminate against LGBT people in the field of employment.
Will gay and lesbian teachers but also doctors, workers who have children outside marriage or who are divorced, be finally protected and not loose their job because of their sexuality? That's the question that everyone has in Ireland where an amendment which would allow this protection has just been introduced.