Billy Hallowell writes at The Blaze:
A t-shirt business in Lexington, Kentucky, has drawn the ire of critics after refusing to print shirts for the city’s annual gay pride parade. The company, called Hands On Originals, told parade organizers that its Christian beliefs are the reason that it has declined the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization of Lexington’s (GLSO) request.
In response, GLSO has filed a discrimination complaint with Lexington’s Human Rights Commission. The commission works on the local level to ensure that discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation and the like doesn’t take place in employment, housing and public accommodations.
In fact, the discrimination here is, once again, that of so-called "tolerant" homosexualists discriminating against the Creator's knowable and verifiable norms for human sexuality and family life.
In fact, the "gay" life is ugly, and so is the attempt of narrow-minded extremists to impose their private values upon the American public, including those living and raising families in Lexington, Kentucky.
A free people that recognizes unalienable rights derive from the self-same Creator who provides a liberating structure for family life also therefore resists the self-appointed authoritarian mindset of cookie-cutter diversity-despising same-sexists now attacking Hands On Originals.
In this struggle against ignorance and discrimination, may the God who gives the blessings of liberty bless the work and workers of Hands On Originals.