But yeah, you said not related to work or rental, and many of those are not related to a person's work. So it's between what I was saying and what you were saying. Like I said I am inquiring with some actual lawyers to check on what I was saying in regards to other places. It may well be that the term "sexual harassment" has developed a colloquial social meaning that isn't fully in line with the legal definition, much the way that pedophillia has even when the minor in question is outside the range for pedophillia and is in, say, the hebephillia range.
The second part is where we are having a disagreement. A right is a right. The law either recognizes it or violates it, if it touches upon the right at all. There simply is no right from discrimination. There is no right to conduct commerce/business. These are misconstrued conclusions based upon other rights. For that matter there is not right to be treated as a human being, especially since what constitutes such treatment is highly subjective. Please don't get me wrong. I do not support discrimination based upon what are essentially arbitrary factors, such as skin color, gender, etc. But freedom of association is one of our rights; we are free to chose whom we associate with under what circumstances. The natural offshoot of this is that we can make such arbitrary choices in those association. Those who support anti-discrimination laws (as oppose to those who support anti-discrimination) don't like the idea of what that allows an individual to do and as such have manufactured a "freedom from discrimination" and codified it into law.