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It won't be the first time that a fired teacher sues. This time it is a gay teacher claiming that she was discriminated against. The School district says it is "completely false" to make allegations that gay students or teachers need to be defended in this instance.

Even the American Civil Liberties Union says there is an improved response to various demands they have made and this implies the law suit is frivilous.

Public Advocate will point to this case as an example of the strange and uncompromising demands made on schools and all employers when you can never please a homosexual activist that wants to run the school or company instead of the people responsible. It would only get 1,000 times worse with the passage of ENDA by the Congress.

Los Angeles CBS News affiliate reports: "A lesbian teacher is suing the Hesperia Unified School District, saying she lost her job because she stood up for gay and lesbian students."

"Today I'm sitting here, and I'm not in a classroom, and that's just really, really devastating to me," Julia Frost said Tuesday.

Frost, who worked as an English teacher at Sultana High School from August 2011 through May of this year, said she was shown the door because of her leadership in the Gay/Straight Alliance Club and because of her own sexual orientation.

In a statement, David McLaughlin, the district's superintendent, said, in part, "While the district may not discuss personnel matters, Ms. Frost's allegations that the district dismissed her because she 'blew the whistle' with the ACLU about students' equal rights, specifically the rights of our LGBT students, is absolutely false.