April 14, 2019

Companies/Organisations that discriminate against Christians

As a Christian I’ve heard more than my fair share of discrimination. Christians called bigoted, phobic and a whole host of other names I can’t post here. Some are justified and others not.

In the past year year I’m facing more and more discrimination against Christians. Some of it is subtle, but it’s discrimination non-the-less. I’ve created this post to keep a list of companies that discriminate against Christians. The may discriminate against other groups (and often do), but my concern in this post is a list of companies that have an agenda against Christians. The main purpose is so that I don’t inadvertently forget and use them.

Definition of Discriminate”

make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age: existing employment policies discriminate against women.
– Apple Dictionary

Trello discriminates against Christians (14/04/2019)


Atlassian Community Licenses are designed for registered non-profit charitable organizations and charities which are non-government, non-academic, non-commercial in nature, have no religious affiliation and that would not otherwise be able to afford Atlassian software. If your organization does not really fit into this description, we suggest you purchase one of our commercial licenses — they are still highly affordable.

So you can get a discount unless you’re religious (amongst other groups being discriminated against).

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