The faculty of Belmont University on Friday called for the institution to formally bar discrimination based on sexual orientation, The Tennessean reported. The university has been debating issues of bias and sexual orientation in recent weeks, amid reports that a women's soccer coach was forced out of her job because she is a lesbian whose partner is pregnant. The university has denied that sexual orientation is considered in decisions about employees, but current written policies at the university do not bar discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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