Childrens’ entertainment worker says she lost her job because her Christian beliefs do not permit a yes in same-sex marriage postal survey

A children’s entertainment company that allegedly sacked a contractor after she expressed opposition to same-sex marriage on social media may have breached discrimination law, experts have warned.

Experts including Sydney University associate professor Belinda Smith and Per Capita research fellow Tim Lyons note the law protects the political and religious views of employees and contractors, regardless of whether they support or oppose marriage equality.

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