LGBT Discrimination: Exploring Laws and Policies

Open Letter to SCOTUS: Are LGBTQ Persons a Protected Class?

Open Letter to SCOTUS: Are LGBTQ Persons a Protected Class?

Are LGBTQ persons a protected class, and if not why shouldn’t they be?

Indiana and discrimination: Is this the beginning of gay segregation?

Indiana and discrimination: Is this the beginning of gay segregation?

Time will tell how these laws pan out. Some believe they will be ruled unconstitutional, others see a very long road ahead to undo the damage they are now doing. Time will tell.

The Power of a Prayer (Breakfast)

The Power of a Prayer (Breakfast)

This breakfast follows the announcement that all four Episcopal Bishops of Pennsylvania endorsed legislation to update PA’s discrimination laws to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

Discrimination Protection should not be a partisan issue in Pennsylvania.

Discrimination Protection should not be a partisan issue in Pennsylvania.

Passing non-discrimination protections simply helps create an environment with less fear in the work place which means happier and more successful workers and more successful businesses. That’s a win-win for everyone.

Hurtful Cakes and Homophobe Efforts.

Hurtful Cakes and Homophobe Efforts.

Attack efforts towards some bakers demonstrate a new tactic in the battle against LGBTQ Equality. They are designed to confuse the public about the purpose of non-discrimination laws and perpetuate a myth of Christian persecution.

Look ahead: Five Top Issues for LGBTQ Rights in 2015

Look ahead: Five Top Issues for LGBTQ Rights in 2015

As the new year begins, I want to lay down some predictions and ideas about what LGBTQ issues ought to be big and important in 2015. Some of these will get much air play and publicity and some will not but should.

Will State Strategies Propel LGBTQ Rights Forward in 2015?

Will State Strategies Propel LGBTQ Rights Forward in 2015?

What will the LGBTQ movement need to focus upon in 2015 and how. Commentary regarding a state-level strategy for LGBTQ issues as identified by David Mariner and published on The Billerico Project.

Christians and Anti-LGBT Discrimination

Christians and Anti-LGBT Discrimination

Could someone please cite what marriage equality activist ever insisted marriage wouldn’t affect anyone? Because it never happened! No one ever suggested such a thing! What marriage equality activists said then and now, is that allowing same-sex couples the ability to protect their relationships as and their families with civil marriage wouldn’t harm any heterosexual marriage. That’s a really big difference.

PA Rep Mike Kelly Introduces Pro-Discrimination Bill

PA Rep Mike Kelly Introduces Pro-Discrimination Bill

But the National Organization for Marriage, with the help of PA Rep Mike Kelly place religious convictions as more important than love.

Will Christians give their lives to keep traditional marriage?

It is the religious status quo which has made LGBTQ Rights (because of Marriage Equality) the defining issue, and writers like Ball do a disservice by failing to recognize that.

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