This article has multiple issues. Duanna", and Bash Back! In short, they give license to discriminate. Anti-LGBT religious exemption laws are likely to exacerbate mistreatment because, both on their face and in the political discourse that surrounds them, they tend to legitimize and signal official acceptance of discrimination against LGBT people. In June , the neo-Nazi organization the National Socialist Movement , released a statement that announced its intention to demonstrate at Milwaukee's annual Pridefest as a statement that the Nazis do not support "the promotion of homosexuality in [their] community".
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The following day September 28 a group of about 25 people bringing "Bash Back" banners  attended an 11am "Men and Boys in Crisis" rally in Queen's Park, Toronto held to celebrate Groth's lecture. Hundreds of anti-LGBT bills were filed in the and state legislative sessions. In fact, with few exceptions, the laws as drafted create blanket exemptions for religious believers to discriminate with no consideration of or even mechanism for consideration of the harms and burdens on others. Different neighborhood, same message". The following pages describe the tangible, human impact of such discrimination—which will likely worsen as a result of religious exemption laws—on the people who bear the brunt of it.
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“All We Want is Equality”
The assumption seems to be that the resulting harms to LGBT individuals, or to the core value of equality, are insubstantial. The couple are now the parents of a three-year-old, and Leiana is pregnant with their second child. The religious exemptions that have been considered or enacted by state legislatures take different forms. City Pulse , p. A survey conducted by the Center for American Progress in January found that one in four LGBT respondents had experienced discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in On November 9, , a contingent from Bash Back!
Description:By enacting these laws, states send a clear signal that discrimination against LGBT people is permissible—and that message has serious consequences at a time when discrimination against LGBT people remains all too common in the United States. Few of the states that have enacted these laws have protections in place that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. As LGBT rights come under renewed assault at the federal level, they have also come under attack in state legislatures. States that enact these laws relinquish their ability to ensure that state funding and contracts support services available to all qualified recipients, and give a free pass to potentially sweeping discrimination under the color of state authority. These laws and bills vary in scope. The enactment of religious exemption laws bucks this trend, signaling a broad acceptance and even an encouragement of service providers who would discriminate against LGBT individuals. At the time, her daughter was already obtaining that treatment, had socially transitioned, and was seeing a therapist.