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To: Colofornian

So if you own a business or property then I guess you have no right to decide who is associated with your business or property based upon their open expression of homosexual sexual views and associated behavior? This type of legislation is anti-freedom and will be used to create lawsuits whereas any business owners will feel as if they will have to give preferential treatment to those who openly profess their homosexual behavior in the workplace or be brought to court. It is sad that so many in our country do not see the issues as they really are.

There is no reason to protect expressions in public of homosexual behavior.


26 posted on 11/11/2009 7:03:40 AM PST by TheBigIf
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To: TheBigIf
There is no reason to protect expressions in public of homosexual behavior.

Yes. And unfortunately, none of this ever is limited to homosexual behavior. These ordinances are usually based upon vague "sexual orientation" language. So, imagine being a business owner or workplace manager. Now sit down & write a long list of various "sexual orientations" -- and all of these so-called "what-they-do-in-the-privacy-of-their-own-homes" can be imposed into very public business. (For example, an exhibitionist could be deemed a "sexual orientation"...as public clothing codes start going by the wayside, good luck trying to pre-empt that "sexual orientation" in your place of work. Every "sexual orientation" under the sun becomes a protected class status)

29 posted on 11/11/2009 7:15:57 AM PST by Colofornian (If you're not going to drink the coffee, at least wake up and smell it!)
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