A Christian in the United Kingdom has been banned from teaching after he was accused of “misgendering” a female student who identified as a male.
An investigation from the Teaching Regulation Agency (TRA), the U.K.’s government regulatory office for education, banned 33-year-old Joshua Sutcliffe from teaching after allegedly “misgendering” the student and expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage.
While teaching math, Sutcliffe said “well-done girls” to a group of students at The Cherwell School, according to The Telegraph. The agency found that Sutcliffe had failed to show the student, a girl who identified as a boy, “dignity and respect.”
Sutcliffe was placed on leave after that incident, which took place back in 2017. Additionally, the TRA said that it was inappropriate for Sutcliffe to express his opposition
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