Chicago Court: Sexual Deviancy is a Civil Right

Just to recap:  the Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlaws discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

Now with the exception of religion NONE of the things listed are controlled by a person and as my Jewish friends can attest if you are born Jewish you will ALWAYS be considered Jewish no matter if you convert… You are born a certain color, with a certain set of sex organs and  in a certain place or to a certain race of people. With the exception of Michael Jackson, people can’t really change their race no matter what Rachel Dolezal says. Sex; while some people have tried to change this YOU ARE what YOU ARE. Vagina means female. Penis means male. Even if you try to get rid of or add to that your DNA will identify you as one or the other- PERIOD!!! Babies have zero control over where they are given birth to, just ask the one that was recently born in a minivan (I can’t unsee that video no matter how hard I try).

Now that it is clear WHAT that law covers, it couldn’t be clearer if it were glass,  a  federal appeals court in Chicago ruled Tuesday that federal civil rights laws prohibit discrimination on the job against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees. Who knew you could be illiterate and a judge?  I thought you had to be able to read to pass the bar exam. Guess not.

Now with that being said, if you are a restaurant owner or private practice doctor and know that gay and bisexual men account for 83% of new HIV diagnoses among males 13 and older, you may want to use caution before hiring a man who is either. Such an employer is liable if the disease is contracted by someone who patronizes their business due to unsafe practices by their employee. I guess they aren’t worried about that in Chicago though

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