WV House Considers Adding “Sexual Orientation” to State Law

The West Virginia House of Delegates is currently considering a proposal that would add the phrase “sexual orientation” to the list of protected employment non-discrimination categories. The proposal has already passed on a voice vote in the full Senate. Family Policy Network opposes such proposals – – primarily because non-discrimination policies should be based on immutable or unobtrusive characteristics like gender or religion. Unnatural sexual activities should not qualify for protection.

There is a God-given pattern in sexual behavior that everyone is born to follow. Therefore, sexual abnormality must not be rewarded.


THE HERALD-DISPATCH: House fields concerns over bill protecting sexual orientation

Committee Substitute for Sente Bill 600:

POLICY PAPER: FPN Opposes Adding “Sexual Orientation” to Workplace Non-Discrimination Policies: