how old are you do you work? that is very common
but thats an opinion you are allowed to have but again unless it fits a legal definition or policy definition and theres proof its meaningless.
NOT saying they are the same im just making an extreme example to show its not a black white issue but what about this.
If I worked at an elementary school and found out the principle supported nambla and was a sex offender in another country id most certainly "campaign to get him fired"
and again unless it BROKE THE LAW or VIOLATED company policy its meaningless
so do you have proof this was done? if not its meaningless
Do you remember how gays were treated prior to the mid 80s? No? Because they were mostly hidden. They did not come out and exercise their rights fully. If they did, they sure were beaten, fired, kicked out of places, even killed. It happens even now. They had to hide who and what they were. They still do in many cases. Gays have been not and still are not offered equal opportunities when their orientation is known. And they are often physically and verbally abused when it is known.
Actually, it's not quite like that.
Again, what I see has happened in this case is the thought police have successfully destroyed a man's career because he didn't fit the agenda they developed after the fact.
Personally I find that ridiculous, and extremely dangerous. However, that is the environment we currently live in.
To her Wall Street owners: Hillary Clinton: “But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. so, you need both a public and a private position.” - Hillary Clinton: "I'm kind of far removed from the struggles of the Middle Class"
But yes, it is like that. People have the right to free speech and association, largely to whatever ends an individual sees fit. If an individual or group of individuals sees fit to use that right to encourage their chosen culture and defend against those who run the risk of infringing on their culture, that is normal human behavior that we simply try to idealize ourselves away from (and almost always unsuccessfully if you look throughout history).