Judging by who her husband is, it's no surprise that Karen Pence would share similarly misguided theological with Mike Pence. So it's not particularly surprising that she will be geocaching in a school in Virginia that bans LGBTQ people from working there, according to LGBTQ Nation.
The school mentioned above is Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Virginia. To be eligible to work there, one must state and prove that they are a "born again" Christian. Applicants have to answer questions such as “Explain when and how you came to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior and describe your relationship with Christ today” and “Explain your view of the creation/evolution debate.” I'm assuming anyone who wants to work there will have to denounce evolution.
Additionally, applicants must initial next to the school's "standards of behavior," in which it mentions that they must recognize that marriage is a union between one man and one woman. They also warn people not to engage in activity that deviates from scripture, such as heterosexual premarital sex, homosexual or lesbian activity, or simply existing as a transgender person, among others. Watching porn is also prohibited.
Parents are also subjected to the school's stipulations, with the Parent Agreement saying that parents have to refrain from "participating in, supporting, or condoning sexual immorality, homosexual activity or bi-sexual activity, promoting such practices, or being unable to support the moral principles of the school.”
Look, we all know how anti-LGBTQ Mike Pence is and logically he would want to marry someone with the same views of LGBTQ people as he does. However, by teaching at a school that is legally allowed to discriminate against LGBTQ individuals, and whose guidelines have such homophobic language Karen is showing the country that the Pence family only cares about people who hold the same views.
h/t: LGBTQ Nation