sorry facts prove you wrong
2.) yes it is brave to announce it, do you know why? because its oppressed and announcing it could get you fired, disowned, shunned etc. This is prove that gays are NOT widely accepted otherwise there be no heroism in announcing lol
3.) this is factually wrong
the majority of states deny marriage rights to gays
the majority of states deny gay adoption
the majority of states allow a gay person to be fired, not hired or denied service simply because they are gay
suicide rate among gays is very high because of the mental and physical abuse they revive from parents and society
gay men cant donate blood
there is currently no federal law stopping gay discrimination for hiring, firing and services
so NOT facts prove your statement wrong, if your statement was true there wouldn't be over 30 plus court cases right now on gay marriage alone and countless ones over discrimination and it be no big deal to announce one is gay.
You're welcome, let me know if there's anything else i can help out with.
ill ask again and who wants to take bets they are dodged again and dont get answered
are you still claiming that im the only on that said gays are oppressed?
are you saying gays are not oppressed in this country?
I cant wait to read the next deflection
What ENDA Does
• Extends federal employment discrimination protections currently provided based on race, religion, gender, national origin, age and disability to sexual orientation and gender identity. Thus, ENDA extends fair employment practices -- not special rights -- to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
• Prohibits employers, employment agencies, and labor unions from using an individual’s sexual orientation or gender identity as the basis for employment decisions, such as hiring, firing, promotion, or compensation.
She plays Kitty Pryde in the new X-Men movie, right? Perhaps they'll write in a love scene between Kitty and Mystique now. That should bump up the ticket sales!
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