GayINC Cry Babies win case in Kentucky over fucking T-Shirts that they got for free from another company
Stolen From JOE MY GOD,
Earlier this year anti-gay groups raised a stink when a Kentucky gay pride group filed a complaint because their t-shirt order had been refused by a local printing company. Get ready for more screaming.The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission has sided with the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization in its discrimination complaint against T-shirt printer Hands On Originals, setting up a potential public hearing between the groups. In a document released by both the GLSO and Hands On Originals, the commission found the company violated the city's fairness ordinance, part of which prohibits businesses open to the public from discriminating against people based on sexual orientation. The commission also noted the company should stop "discriminating because of sexual orientation."The GSLO ended up getting their shirts for free from a Cincinnati company. Both sides will now appear at a hearing at which compensatory (but not punitive) damages might be assessed. The t-shirt company, which is being represented by the anti-gay Alliance Defense Fund, claims that they are well-known for being Christians and that they have previously refused orders from other groups with whom they disagree.
Yes this is what Gay Inc does, they go out hunting for companies that won’t kiss their faggot asses, stir up a bunch of media hype, get the GayINC lawyers involve and cry to the court that’s they have been discriminated against solely because they are fucking gay.. This shit is really getting fucking old.
I don’t know why GSLO is bitching about they got their fucking shirt free for another company.. so what the big fucking deal.
Plain and simple GayINC is forcing it self on these business and folks, saying if you don’t do as we say we will make you life a living fucking gay hell.
Here is ugliest fucking shirt I have ever seen,
I think Jim Campbell has a point,
"Americans in the marketplace should not be subject to legal attacks simply for abiding by their beliefs," Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Jim Campbell said in a statement. "The Constitution prohibits the government from forcing business owners to promote messages they disagree with."