Protecting Two Fundamental Rights

And Andy Craig’s tweets on the distinction between guaranteeing marriage equality and the overly broad application of sexual-orientation nondiscrimination laws to prosecute small business owners who, based on adherence to traditional religious beliefs, choose not to provide expressive services celebrating same-sex marriages.

Another view:. Even if you don’t think creating a wedding cake for a gay marriage is protected free speech (as I do, as expressive messaging), the case is stronger when it comes to website design.

I agree with Brad Polumbo but the difference is the state of Colorado would not prosecute the LGBTQ business owners.


RFMA: A Bipartisan Step Forward

More from Andy Craig, on why the prosecution of small business owners being forced to provide expressive services for same-sex marriages is a consequence of anti-discrimination laws, not marriage equality.

Whose Movement Is It?

Why we need a new movement on behalf of gay men, lesbians, gay kids, and bisexuals who have same-sex relationships. The movement we created in the 1970s and 80s and been taken over by people whose aren’t gay and who have their own, very different goals.

Save the Gay Kids

It’s seems that no one, except for the small LGB groupings, are taking a stand against this insanity on behalf of gender-nonconforming mostly gay kids. Certainly not the woke cool-aid drinkers who are fine with castrating effeminate gay boys and removing the breasts and genitalia from butch lesbian girls. And how smug and superior they believe themselves to be for supporting these horrific crimes against children.