Judge lets Vimeo discriminate on the basis ‘of a particular race or religion’
An appeal has been filed of a federal judge’s decision that, if allowed to stand, would allow Vimeo, an online video platform, to discriminate “because … of a particular race or religion.”
The fight is over the company’s decision to censor the videos belonging to Pastor Jim Domen, a former homosexual, and his Church United organization. Domen identifies as a former homosexual who is now married with three children.
The company shut down his videos because they advocate for counseling that is intended to reduce unwanted same-sex attractions.