As shown in post #345, part 6 of "Speechless: Silencing the Christians", the homosexual movement is behind ENDA: the "Employment Non-Discrimination Act".
I recall reading an article a few years ago about a private business that was forced
to build separate restroom facilities for a cross-dresser; if they didn't oblige, he/she/it was going to "sue".
Here's some stories about what the "tolerant" homosexual movement is up to when it comes to the "T" in their LBGT acronym: "Transgender".
"A west suburban transgender woman has filed two charges of discrimination with the state against the Aurora arts and crafts store she has worked at for a number of years, stating that management has barred her from using the women’s restroom and threatened her with further disciplinary action if she were to use the women’s room in the future.
Meggan Sommerville of Oswego was born Mark Sommerville, according to the charges filed in April with the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR)..."
AUGUSTA, Maine — A bill concerning transgendered people’s right to choose which restroom they use generated heated debate at a public hearing Tuesday.
Dozens of people gave impassioned, emotional testimony on LD 1046, which would allow the operator of a restroom or shower facility to decide who can use which gender’s restroom.
The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Kenneth Fredette, R-Newport, served on the Maine Human Rights Commission when it decided that Orono schools and an Auburn Denny’s Restaurant discriminated against transgendered females by not allowing them to use women’s restrooms. Fredette vocalized his dissent against the ruling then and again at Tuesday’s meeting of the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee.
A transgendered person generally is considered someone of one biological sex who identifies himself or herself as belonging to the opposite gender.
Let me repeat that for the mentally impaired:
"A transgendered person generally is considered someone of one biological sex who identifies himself or herself as belonging to the opposite gender".
(Giving credence to the old cereal commerical song: "Sometimes you feel like a woman, sometimes you don't").
Florida ordinance could give ‘transgender’ men access to women’s restrooms
"A proposed “civil rights” ordinance could open public restrooms and showers to transgender members of the opposite sex, its critics warn.
The city council of Jacksonville, Florida, is considering passing an ordinance to outlaw “discrimination” on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity in employment, public accommodations, or housing. That means no employer, landlord, or owner of any facility open to the public may refuse to hire or rent their property to anyone who claims to be homosexual or transgender.
The measure, supported by Councilman Warren Jones, also leaves employers vulnerable to lawsuits if an applicant claims he is a victim of discrimination..."
And finally, I'll call this one: "Truck drivers aint what they used to be"
Cross-Dressing Truck Driver Sues Winn Dixie
"NEW ORLEANS, LA -The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against grocery store giant Winn-Dixie on behalf of a heterosexual male truck driver who was fired because he sometimes dresses in women's clothing and expresses a feminine identity away from work.
Pride At Work has joined a coalition of organizations calling for a National Mobilization Against Winn-Dixie from December 18 through January 5.
The coalition has four goals: (1) To educate Winn-Dixie that it was wrong to Peter Oiler, and that such actions will not go unnoticed; (2) To raise awareness in the general public about transgendered people and all who are harmed by gender stereotyping, to place discrimination against transgendered people in the broader context of basic fairness, and show that transgendered people have support outside their immediate communities; (3) To move lesbian, gay and bisexual people into action against all forms of discrimination arising from gender stereotyping; (4) To strengthen transgender communities' connections with other groups and invest them more in political/community organizing..."
These confused lost souls need spiritual and psychological help, not laws empowering