Seems very sad indeed!
The 2019 'Equality Act' legislation. Basically it boils down to what Donald Trump suggested in his 2000 interview with the homosexual periodical 'The Advocate' where he said that the 1964 Civil Rights Act should be amended to protect sexual orientation (i.e. homosexuality).
Will Donald the Degenerate actually sign the legislation if it makes it's way through Congress? LOL...remember that we're talking about sociopath that want to decriminalize homosexuality throughout the world.
… ‘Equality Act’ Would Be Disastrous. Here Are 5 Likely Victim Groups.
March 20, 2019
Equality is a central value that unites us as Americans, and is enshrined in our nation’s legal motto, “Equal justice under law.”
It is egregious, then, to misuse that term, to use it to divide us and further inequality...
Far from advancing equality, the bill would rob Americans of some of their most cherished liberties.
The Equality Act would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as protected classes under federal civil rights law. But whereas the original Civil Rights Act of 1964 furthered equality by ensuring that African-Americans had equal access to public accommodations and material goods, the Equality Act would further penalize everyday Americans for their beliefs about marriage and biological sex.
Similar sexual orientation and gender identity laws at the state and local level have already been used in this way.
Here are five groups who would be harmed if the Equality Act were to become law.
1. Employers and Workers
The Equality Act would force employers and workers to conform to new sexual norms or else lose their businesses and jobs.
The most high-profile example involves Colorado baker Jack Phillips, whose case went all the way to the Supreme Court after the Colorado Civil Rights Commission accused him of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation when he declined to create a custom cake for a same-sex wedding...
2. Medical Professionals
The Equality Act would force hospitals and insurers to provide—and pay for—these therapies against any moral or medical objections.
It would politicize medicine by forcing professionals to act against their best medical judgment and provide transition-affirming therapies.
That fight is already here. Catholic hospitals in California and New Jersey have been sued for declining to perform hysterectomies on otherwise healthy women who want to become male...
To be continued...
I read about the Brunei. Laws authorize stoning as punishment for LGBT/I/Q/+ conjugal behavior, but you know what else? Common heterosexual adultery.Homosexuality should be decriminalized throughout the world so there's nothing sociopathic about that. I'm no fan of Trump but in an enlightened age it's only puritanical states that have laws that make it a crime. This is the West, not Uganda, Saudi Arabia or Brunei with the new laws you're no doubt aware of?
I read about the Brunei. Laws authorize stoning as punishment for LGBT/I/Q/+ conjugal behavior, but you know what else? Common heterosexual adultery.......
I read about the Brunei. Laws authorize stoning as punishment for LGBT/I/Q/+ conjugal behavior, but you know what else? Common heterosexual adultery.
I don't know how to process the uproar over LGBT/Q/I/+, combined with the silence over adultery. My own Christian faith takes them as equally grave things. Neither are capital crimes.
In other words, the same as ancient Jewish punishment. Intrinsically, therefore, it is not evil. It may violate our so called "enlightened" sensibilities, but much of what the west has become with its gay and transgender perversions also violates the sensibilities of any decent person, so where does that leave us.
I'd say the pendulum had reached a decent middle in the 70's or 80's, but now it has swung too far in the other direction in accepting perversities and even teaching them to kids. THAT is unacceptable to me
Where it comes to Brunei, it's based on Islamic law and stoning or whipping people to death in the present age for being gay or committing adultery is simply barbaric.
So we are judging other cultures? I am playing Devil's advocate here.
Is it more barbaric to whip someone and send them on their way or house them in a cage for years like we do now. Animal rights people don't want chickens in cages, and yet here is a 2-man cell at San Quentin: (The picture is deceptive. In fact you have to turn sideways to walk past the bunk, its that tiny))
This is the 21st century. There's no excuse for violating basic human rights no matter what the "culture" is and that's we have organizations that fight against such draconian injustices. It's especially ironic in Brunei given the opulent lifestyle of the sultan et al...
I only buy free range eggs nowadays as battery farming is cruel and unnecessary. I don't agree with locking humans up in cages by the same token.
You don't even hear yourself do you. Okay. Have a nice day.
Homosexuality should be decriminalized throughout the world ...
I read about the Brunei. Laws authorize stoning as punishment for LGBT/I/Q/+ conjugal behavior, but you know what else? Common heterosexual adultery...
In other words, the same as ancient Jewish punishment...
when did perversion become a basic human right?
i don't believe they're punished for "being gay"