A Christian doctor has been told by the British government that he will no longer be employed by the National Health Service, where he worked for 26 years, because he fails to identify transgender patients with their chosen pronouns. David Mackereth told The Sunday Telegraph that he will not be serving as a Department for Work and Pensions disability assessor because of his belief, based on his faith and his

profession, that gender is determined at birth, rather than something that can be chosen. “I’m not attacking the transgender movement. But I’m defending my right to freedom of speech, and freedom of belief,” Mackereth explained. “I don’t believe I should be compelled to use a specific pronoun. I am not setting out to upset anyone.  READ MORE