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Human Rights Commission: “Christian business owners should leave religion at home!”

Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission

In a controversial decision, the Lexington Kentucky Human Rights Commission has sent a clear message to Christian business owners who refuse service to LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender), organizations: “Leave your religion at home.”

On Tuesday, a Lexington Human Rights Commission hearing examiner issued a recommended ruling that the owner T-shirt company ‘Hands On Originals, Inc., violated a local ordinance against sexual-orientation discrimination.

The hearing examiner recommended the following punishment:

1) Hands On Originals cannot discriminate against individuals because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
2) The examiner also ordered Adamson to attend “diversity training” conducted by the Lexington Human Rights Commission.

Read the ruling below and then VOTE to tell us what you think about this issue.

Lexington-Fayette Urban Country Human Rights Commission by WorldReligionNews


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  • The message being printed on the t-shirt was to be “Pride Festival.” It’s stated in the document we included at the end of the article.

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