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A Kentucky T-shirt manufacturer has been found guilty of “sexual orientation” discrimination for refusing to print T-shirts for a community homosexual festival.
Organizers of the Lexington, Kentucky “gay pride” event had filed the complaint against Hands On Originals, a Christian outfitter. The company declined to print T-shirts promoting the 5th annual “Lexington Pride Festival,” citing a conflict with their religious beliefs.
Jim Campbell, staff counsel of the Alliance Defending Freedom said “The Constitution prohibits the government from forcing business owners to promote messages they disagree with. This kind of bullying may be practiced in a dictatorship, but violations of conscience have no place in the United States.”
An appeal is being planned.
“Righteousness guards him whose way is blameless, but wickedness overthrows the sinner.” (NKJV)
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