Besides that we don't choose who we love--it's not really a decision--we just love, the biggest outrage shouldn't even be so much the firing for being gay (though that's substantial and easier for people to wrap their brains around), rather, the outrage ought to be that this person's mourning, not her vagina but her heart, was disrespected.
That's what speaks to our humanity and to the lack of any humanity of substance from within the Diocese and of course the complete lack of it about that scumbag parent who complained to them in the first place while the victim was grieving her great loss.
Where they don't consider us to be human beings goes deeper than our ability just to earn a living. It is their not considering us human which allows them to fire and otherwise seek to harm us.
Those bastards aren't kidding when they equate being gay with bestiality. They don't think we're human. That should be the outrage.