ANSWERS: 41
  • A Christian at a strip club? Nice. However as an employee she needs to work when the employer needs her. If they scheduled everyone around what they consider to be a bad day there would be few businesses. She could always quit and let someone have her job. With the economy she can easily be replaced.
  • Well I am not sure wrong is the word but, he is certainly being childish and spiteful. I hope she finds a better employer.
  • If he's doing it to spite her I'd say that that is petty and mean spirited. That is wrong.
  • He's being a jerk.
  • What's wrong with this is not her scheduling. If she was truly Christian she would not be doing that to herself in the first place.
  • He sucks. I mean, if he can do without her being there on Sunday, he's just being a jerk. Say if he absolutely HAS to have her there then, OR if it was agreed upon employment that she work when he needs her, it would be different, but it if it's merely out of spite and he has plenty of backup and resources, that's religious discrimination, which is not accepted on most positions in the modern work force. Especially if it's clear that this is what he is doing. However, I think she's a little childish herself, to refuse work days because of a belief, especially when her profession pretty much contradicting her faith. I don't care about that, but Gino or JIG will tell you otherwise. Lulz. She probably signed some papers upon date of employment, and should respect them, especially if she gets her two or more days off during the rest of the week. But yeah, he's an asshole, mostly.
  • He is.
  • Who cares? It's not an issue that has consequinces for the majority of citizens.
  • Shes full of crap, a christian wouldn't be working at a strip club.
  • its his business, so hes free to be as much of an asshole as he likes, as long as hes not breaking any laws. you could also say that in her agreeing to take the job, shes agreeing to the terms of working for him. if she doesnt like it she can quit. hes an asshole, a childish little bitch, a bad boss, and a petty little jerkoff, possibly, but its still his business. i am inclined to say she is more in the wrong, but that its unfortunate.
  • if She works at a strip club ,i don't think she is really christian.
  • The stripper...because as a self claimed " Christian", she should not even BE in this trade....
  • Both of them are wrong: the stripper for thinking that you can be a stripper and still retain your Chrisianity, and the club owner for discriminating against a self-proclaimed Christian.
  • Both. Him for being childish and her for thinking she can use that as an excuse. If she were really Christian and wanted to observe all the rules of the religion than she would not be striping. He should treat her the same as everyone else even if shes crazy.
  • He is more wrong than she is. She sounds like she is just using her faith to get Sunday off from work, but you never know. He should be more direct and tell her she will have to work some Sundays just like the rest of the them. A boss should not make it his aim to rule over his employees with spite.
  • He is. If she can't or won't work on Sundays it's up to him to give her a schedule that works for her or simply let her go.
  • She's in the wrong to her faith. He's is in the wrong for doing that out of spite, especially if he really doesn't need her to work Sundays. If it bothers him so much that she can't, he should let her go. I must say I had an inner chuckle when I first read this :]
  • Hes wrong for not understanding her faith and shes wrong if she thinks its ok as long as she doesnt strip on sundays
  • He probably has every legal right to schedule her whenever he wants to, but I don't think it's fair for him to schedule her on Sunday, if his other dancers get more Sundays off than she does. There are other possible situations here that I haven't covered, but I don't have an essay in me now. :-|
  • Employer I believe, if it is proved that this was done in spite.
  • I have no opinion on this one way or another, but I thought I should just put this out there for those who think Christians can't be "Christians" if they strip. http://www.kinky-kellie.com/
  • Well, he's probably doing it so she'll quit! No work - no money. If she was worth keeping he wouldn't spite her, but maybe he's trying to give her a subtle hint here - don't work as a stripper if you're Christian! He's got all the rights, it's his business. If she doesn't agree to it, she can leave.
  • He's in the wrong in terms of him being an asshole, but he isn't in the wrong legally. There's laws saying you have to give your employees time off, but there's no laws saying you have to respect their preferences in when that time off occurs. If she doesn't like her place of employment, she ought to seek employment elsewhere.
  • You are, for always looking for fault and thinking it is fine to judge others. I am for thinking you are wrong to do so to othere while I do it to you. He is for doing anything to anyone out of spite, and she he becaues she is using her faith as an excuse when it works for her. These are just the ones I have even details on, most likely everyone else is wrong about something too. Upshot --- everyone is wrong; feel better now? +5
  • She's wrong She is dissin the "Temple" by being a stripper which is against christianity making her the bad one
  • I don't much care how Christian stripping makes her, she either is or isn't by her own lights and God's judgment. . What KIND of Christian is something I am wondering about. Does she not want to work on Sundays because she doesn't want to strip or because she believes it is properly a day of rest? If it is the latter then it is a legitimate belief and he should accommodate it (though he doesn't have to). If it is the former then she's just using religion to get a stable day off and that's not particularly cool. . I'm not much impressed with either party here.
  • I didn't realize that there was a big demand for strip clubs to be open on Sunday mornings ...
  • Both are wrong, she shouldn't be exposing her body if she's a christian, it's just something they don't believe in. However if she says she needs Sundays off for religious reasons it's illegal to make her work those days, or even fire her because she won't work those days.
  • With a job, it's difficult to maintain a stable schedule. You never know what days you will work. It happens. But if he does it on purpose then that's wrong. So...exactly what kind of example is she portraying? She's leading a hypocritical life showing that you can be a Christian and do the same things the world does. That is not the case in true Christianity. Just because she goes to church on Sundays, that doesn't make you a Christian. Pulling into your garage doesn't make you a car. So, she may claim she's a Christian but she clearly does not live according to Christ's teachings and commandments. She's supposed to be modest in appearance, trying not to make men lust after her. But, that's exactly the opposite to stripping. She tempts men to have sexual desires. Romans 12:1 "Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship." 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 "Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own? For you have been bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body."
  • Your friend. Its discrimination. Not to mention purely petty and childish.
  • Strip clubs are open on Sundays? lol
  • Him. And she needs to go somewhere else to spite him. Leave the Christian part out.
  • If he schedules her to be spiteful, he is in the wrong. If she has inflated her religious reason for not working on Sunday, she is more wrong. Bottom line, if the job entails working on Sundays, one should not accept that position if they truly feel that they cannot work on Sunday.
  • I think she is because she is the one taking the job. If she doesnt want to work on Sunday that is her right, but then she must not bitch and complain about her employer. If her employer requires her to work Sunday and she doesnt want to, then she can quit and go somewhere (or do something) that doesnt require it. It is her choice. He might be an asshole for scheduling her in for Sundays, but as the employer that is his right. Nobody can tell him what to do because he is the guy paying her. It is her choice -- she must make it.
  • Legally there is nothing stopping him from asking her to work on a Sunday. Morally, her feelings should be considered and to schedule her to work on a Sunday out of SPITE is wrong. She should ofc be expected to work the occasional Sunday, but that should just be on a roster system, NOT out of spite.
  • Where I live, he would be. She is legally able to say she cannot work Sundays because of her religion and he would have to work around that.
  • She a hypocrite. He's an asshole. I suppose it depends on which one you think is worse.
  • How can she call herself a christian if she's behaving like an ancient babylonian. And the strip club boss is no better than a pimp.
  • Technically, nobody's wrong, but since the boss is the one dolling out the employment/checks, the boss is usually right
  • Haha th
  • It seems confusing as to why a "Christian" would be a stripper, anyhow... but yeah, the boss is being a serious jerk. Are you surprised, considering the profession? This isn't exactly a high-class field of work.

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