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Indiana "Anti-Gay" Law isn't "Anti-Gay" at all.

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posted on Apr, 4 2015 @ 12:21 AM
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a reply to: theCheddar

This whole ordeal is like a South Park episode. Life truly does imitate art.




posted on Apr, 4 2015 @ 01:04 AM
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SNEAKY LAWS

We know what they're about and why the religious are trying so hard to pass state laws --- before the USSC rules on Marriage Equality.



WATCH: A Field Guide for Identifying Sneaky, Homophobic Laws

Nice civil rights you've got there. Sure would be a shame if something happened to them. - - BY MATT BAUME MARCH 06 2015

While LGBT Americans are busy celebrating the spread of marriage equality, homophobic lawmakers have yet another trick up their sleeve. A new trend hitting legislatures across the country: sneaky laws that erode civil rights for LGBT citzens without ever actually mentioning LGBT people, or even same-sex marriage.

It's a clever strategic move, since it would be unconstitutional to call out gays and lesbians specifically in a law that revokes civil rights. So anti-equality politicians have figured out how to cleverly word new laws that still manage to target sexual orientation for discrimination.

Some of these proposed new laws — like the one recently enacted in Arkansas — would make it against the law for towns to add new groups to nondiscrimination policies. Others follow Mississippi's lead, and would allow businesses and government employees to pick and choose which members of the public they'd serve. And some — like a bill passed last month in the North Carolina Senate — would even require public employees to discriminate against same-sex couples.

What's so sneaky about these laws is that they look perfectly reasonable, since they never actually mention who the target is — instead, they claim to protect "religious liberty" or "sincerely held religious beliefs."

www.advocate.com...


edit on 4-4-2015 by Annee because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 4 2015 @ 04:42 PM
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originally posted by: EternalSolace
a reply to: theCheddar

You're right. It's not an 'anti-gay' law. It's now an anti-religious law.


It's okay for you to practice your religion until I come along and demand services that contradict your religious views. Screw your freedom! You will serve me while I wipe my bum with your religious convictions! Your only recourse is to close down your business while the government bankrupts you and destroys your life with fines.

/sarcasm /nowaronchristianity /tolerance


Your post may be sarcasm but it's sad there are many people actually thinking like this...

To those people who think like this:

Should a man who believes women belong in the kitchen be allowed to refuse service to women because of his views? If it's ok to discriminate against one group of people because of a belief, why not all? And if it's ok to deny service to other groups of people then it's hypocritical to say you believe in "Liberty and JUSTICE for ALL". Every legal citizen should be treated equally.
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