The Scottish government has issued new rules that forbid employees from using the word “homosexual.”

According to a report from The Christian Institute, which deals with issues of faith, religion and rights in the United Kingdom, the new government rules explain:

It is not acceptable to use the word ‘homosexual,’ this term is offensive to many people as it is the term that was used in law to make same sex relationships illegal.”

John Midgley, who founded the Campaign Against Political Correctness there, said the word should be as inoffensive as heterosexual.

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