A former employee of the Library of Congress' inspector general's office has filed a Title VII lawsuit in federal district court in Washington, D.C. alleging that his supervisor harassed him with religious-based condemnation of homosexuality. According to Wednesday's Washington Post, Peter TerVeer alleges that his supervisor John Mech continually quoted Biblical passages and lectured him condemning homosexuality after Mech found out that TerVeer is gay. Mech allegedly began creating a paper trail to downgrade TerVeer's performance ratings. When TerVeer complained to the Library of Congress' EEO office the situation deteriorated, and he took an extended medical leave for stress that led to his firing. TerVeer filed suit after the EEO office ruled he had not been discriminated against.