Via Mark Lance, I learn that the APA has strengthened its stance against institutions that discriminate based on sexual orientation, and will now decline to run job ads from institutions that do not affirm compliace with the anti-discrimination policy. (The move to address discrimination based on sexual orientation began with an initiative by philosopher Charles Hermes posted on this blog in 2009.) Given that such discrimination is widely sanctioned by many religious denominations, and thus probably infects hiring at institutions affiliated with those denominations, this seems certain to exclude some non-trivial number of schools from advertising through JFP. Am I wrong? Comments from faculty at institutions likely to be affected would be welcome. As usual, signed comments will be very strongly preferred.