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Atty General: Businesses have a ‘fundamental right’ to discriminate against LGBT people
https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2017/10/atty-general-businesses-fundamental-right-discriminate-lgbt-people/
By Bil Browning ·
Thursday, October 12, 2017



Mike Pence and Jeff Sessions Wikimedia Commons


By Bil Browning ·
Thursday, October 12, 2017

In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Attorney General Jeff Sessions spelled out what the Trump administration has been broadcasting for months. They think LGBTQ people are second class citizens.

When interviewer David Brody asked Sessions about a hypothetical “Christian baker” who didn’t want to make a wedding cake for a gay or lesbian couple, Sessions was quick to defend discrimination (http://www.lgbtqnation.com/tag/discrimination/).


A case involving a baker who refused service to a gay couple is currently before the US Supreme Court, but don’t expect the DOJ to back civil rights. Under Sessions leadership, the government department has already argued that neither gay nor transgender people have employment protections under federal law(https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2017/07/will-jeff-sessions-intervene-landmark-gay-rights-case/), took away trans nondiscrimination rights for its own employees (https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2017/10/jeff-sessions-reverses-doj-policy-protecting-transgender-workers-discrimination/), and issued a radically expansive definition of “religious freedom” (https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2017/10/sessions-releases-guidance-memos-religious-freedom-targets-rights/) that would give business owners a license to discriminate against minority groups.

“Is it the Department of Justice’s (http://www.lgbtqnation.com/tag/justice-department/) view that cake bakers… these Christian bakers, is it the view of the Department of Justice from a guidance perspective, not law, I understand law is different, that they have a right, if you will, to not sell a cake to someone if they’re having a gay wedding?” (http://www.lgbtqnation.com/tag/gay-wedding/) Brody asks. “Is that what the Department of Justice is saying as it relates to the guidance that they put out?”

“Well what I would say to you now, while the matter is in litigation, but I would just say to you that too often we have ignored what the Constitution actually says,” Session replied. “It says Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of a religion (http://www.lgbtqnation.com/tag/religion/) nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof. So the question is, the cake baker has more than just a personal view here. He has a religious view and he feels that he is not being able to freely exercise his religion by being required to participate in a ceremony in some fashion that he does not believe in.”

“So we think that right is a fundamental right and ought to be respected as we work through this process. Of course in the 1990’s we passed a religious freedom restoration act that said the government should not constrict a person’s religious belief without a compelling reason to do so. So we think that statute has been ignored too often and not respected sufficiently. And so when you consider those two things, then you’re getting not only greater protection for people’s religious beliefs, that I think should be given.”

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Website Information / Re: Ask Your Questions Here
« on: September 07, 2017, 01:38:28 AM »
Oh and while I know that screen shots are no longer hosted here, are we able to post images that we host at other sites that are tasteful?  And as for tasteful, can they be like, shirtless guys?  And what are the rules for avatars in that respect?
I'm going to make a for members group soon and you can use the attachment system for that group but try to link offsite best you can, bro.

Yeah, I don't mind using offsite for images, I still have a membership at the same hosting site I used all the way back when we had those adult sections that we posted naughty pictures in, what were they again?  "Sexy Man Pics" and "Sexy Woman Pics" weren't they?  lol  In fact all of the same images I posted in those threads are still hosted there. 

What about avatar dimensions, Sis?  What is the proper ratio?
Height is 175 pixels and width is 150 pixels.  Should give you some chest to show off!  :default_evil:

Perfect!  :D

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Website Information / Re: Ask Your Questions Here
« on: September 05, 2017, 02:30:51 PM »
Oh and while I know that screen shots are no longer hosted here, are we able to post images that we host at other sites that are tasteful?  And as for tasteful, can they be like, shirtless guys?  And what are the rules for avatars in that respect?
I'm going to make a for members group soon and you can use the attachment system for that group but try to link offsite best you can, bro.

Yeah, I don't mind using offsite for images, I still have a membership at the same hosting site I used all the way back when we had those adult sections that we posted naughty pictures in, what were they again?  "Sexy Man Pics" and "Sexy Woman Pics" weren't they?  lol  In fact all of the same images I posted in those threads are still hosted there. 

What about avatar dimensions, Sis?  What is the proper ratio?

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LGBT+ Community / 10+ coming out stories that are funny and a bit awkward
« on: September 04, 2017, 09:24:54 PM »
10+ coming out stories that are funny and a bit awkward

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/08/31/coming-out-funny-awkward/



Sometimes coming out as LGBT+ can be serious, but sometimes it can be funny and awkward.

PinkNews takes a look at some of the best accidentally funny and awkward coming out stories on the internet.

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Website Information / Re: Ask Your Questions Here
« on: September 04, 2017, 08:50:59 PM »
Oh and while I know that screen shots are no longer hosted here, are we able to post images that we host at other sites that are tasteful?  And as for tasteful, can they be like, shirtless guys?  And what are the rules for avatars in that respect?

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Website Information / Re: Ask Your Questions Here
« on: September 04, 2017, 08:49:20 PM »
Hey Sis, what are the best dimensions for avatars?  I seem to suck at guessing them as my avatars get warped to thin or warped to fat.  lol

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LGBT+ Community / Re: Welcome to the HoT!
« on: September 04, 2017, 08:38:41 PM »
Thanks for setting this up, Sis!

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