Once again you are wrong. I am not trying to equate all gays and gay rights supporters as somehow having something to do with pedophilia. I am connecting NAMBLA as part of the gay rights movement.It is still an illogical association fallacy. You are trying to equate all gays and gay rights supporters as somehow having something to do with pedophilia because of one or two members of the gay rights movement who were a member of NAMBLA like 30 or so years ago. It is ridiculous and irrational.
Once again you are mistaken. Though the Alliance Defense Fund has helped many in such cases, it isn't like the ADF rides into town on a white horse immediately. Some over unfair charges lose their jobs and livelihood , have already shelled out for an attorney, and there is no way to measure the mental stress and its adverse affects on these people being forced to endure such things. It is not the nature for a Christian to sue. Their teachings recommend every effort be exhausted before taking an issue to court to secure their constitutional rights. The lawfare that is being practiced by leftist judges who have been politically appointed are using law as a weapon of war to intimidate, terrorize, and silence dissent. By their skewed reading of the law they are trampling the rights of conscience and redefining it as discrimination.Alliance Defense Fund has picked up just about every one of those cases, so I'm not sure where are this "legal expenses" nonsense is coming from. As far as "lawfare" it is called using the legal system as intended. It works the other way around. Christian groups have used it to defend religious liberty in several cases. It is just when it is used by gay rights groups it is suddenly something evil and nefarious.
The Catholic adoption agencies in Religious Conscience believe the best interest of children is to provide them with a mother and a father, not two moms or two dads. When they are no longer allowed to keep that standard then that is forcing them to shut their doors. It's also happening over Obamacare and the mandate forcing religious organizations and companies to provide health care that includes contraceptives and abortion pills which goes against their religious conscience. Instead of compromising their beliefs some are closing their doors such as soup kitchens, homeless shelters, works in prisons, and health clinics. Currently there are over 67 lawsuits against the federal government from such organizations/businesses fighting this mandate. A lot of costs for litigation involved that could have gone to feed, clothe, shelter the poor, and care for the sick. A huge loss to society.
Forced? They chose to do so. And adoption is about what is in the best interest of children, not religious groups.
Oh yes it is, parents took the school board to court over introducing homosexual material to their elementary school students. The federal judge, a political appointee, ruled against them.That simply is not true.
My facts are just fine.You need to check your facts.