Any right thinking person who doesn't believe in flying spaghetti monsters.
Comparing a pregnancy with a crack addict.
What on earth are you smoking?
I am comparing two things in which if they are publicly displayed can have a negative impact on an employer.
Allow me to ask you a yes or no question, if a persons activities during his personal time are proven beyond a doubt to be causing that persons employer to lose significant amounts of money should that employer be forced to continue employing them? Should the employer have no recourse at all to mitigate the damages? What if the employer specifically told the employee that said activity is against policy at the time of hiring and even put it in their contract?
For the sake of the above question lets assume that the activity is perfectly legal.
I friggen despise the Catholic church too but anyone who has been in the real world for more than 5 minutes knows there are certain rules and conditions with employers. Furthermore, no employer should be forced by rule of law to employ people that tarnish the employers brand assuming the employee was well aware of the conditions when they were hired.