Maybe the gender premise is unconvincing in its historical analysis, inaccurate as a description of gay life and the discomfort homosexuality causes traditionalists, and incomplete as a tool for the legal analysis of anti-gay discrimination
, but is it all we have?
Ellen Sturtz, an activist with GetEqual, insisted that President Barack Obama sign an executive order banning anti-gay discrimination
by federal contractors.
Peterson directs the show, which traces the lives of three people facing anti-gay discrimination
40 years after the Stonewall Riots.
Many voters will be disturbed by his failure to swiftly disown Mr Grayling's support for anti-gay discrimination
This vague charge of violating moral decency is the legal fiction that allows anti-gay discrimination
to persist in the work environment.
Some of these organizations, like the Salvation Army, are so extreme that they lobby for anti-gay discrimination
, and they even discriminate against heterosexual Christians who don't share their narrow views.
Whereas Cobb took a stand against injustice, Cardinal Winning endorses the injustice of anti-gay discrimination
Those who want to see anti-gay discrimination
swept away will today be rubbing their hands with glee.
In 1966, gay groups organized the first public protests against anti-gay discrimination
in the military.
Don Fado, lead organizer of the Sacramento sixty-eight, a group of United Methodist clergy who defied church policy in 1999 to conduct a same-sex holy union service for two lesbian women; and Greg Marlan, co-chair of the May 2000 Cleveland civil disobedience action by gay rights group Soulforce, an action at which 191 people were arrested protesting anti-gay discrimination
in the United Methodist Church.
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In response to the military's anti-gay discrimination
and "Don't ask, don't tell" policy, many law schools began enforcing their own antidiscrimination policies by excluding military recruiters for the Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG).