Tuesday, February 18, 2014


"Last week, the Kansas House of Representatives embarrassed itself by easily passing a bill that aimed to make gay people separate and not equal. In the name of protecting the religious sensibilities of private employers, stores, hotels, movie theaters, parks, pools—any public accommodation—the law allowed them to turn away gay couples and could even have applied to gay individuals. It was grotesque."

Yes, this happened in U.S.A. in 2014.  We've come so far, but we're still not there yet.

1 comment:

  1. Those are some "religious sensibilities" that I want no part of. Why should those people impose their "religious sensibilities" on the rest of us? Practice whatever religious sensibilities you want to, but don't expect the state to impose them on everyone else. Oops - Kansas House of Rep. is doing exactly that.