|Feb 22, 2014, 08:59 AM||#451|
Which brings me to this: Religious Right in Arizone Cheers Bill Allowing Businesses To Refuse To Serve Gays.
There has been talk of how religions and Atheists try to shove their views down the throats of non-believers or "believers" depending on the circumstance. In the U.S. there are Federal non-discrimination laws that prevent discrimination based on gender, race, an religion. However there is a conflict if and when Religious Freedom allows individuals to discriminate against those who do not follow their religious orientation (although there are gay Christians). This is one of those cases. Would we accept it if Christians refused to serve Muslims or vice a versa? If so, I believe that sexual orientation, which is not a crime by any legal standard, be included in anti-discrimination laws along with the existing 3 tenants (gender, race, religion). It's time. The conservative religious forces in the U.S. are a disgrace to their religions.
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