So 50 years ago, 27th July, the Sexual Offences Act 1967 received royal assent, partially decriminalizing homosexuality and starting along a difficult journey to end discrimination and harassment of LGBT people.
Bad news out of California as a Judge has ruled that Cathy Miller can feel free to discriminate against gay people at Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield California. The judgment, called “a major victory for faith and freedom” by the baker’s legal team, comes at a time when the subject is on the forefront of the battle for LGBTQ equality.
Maybe this scheme could even have an artistic edge, by making the outsiders wear a series of colourful stars, not only clamping down on immigration but brightening up some of our downtrodden areas. via Have you heard? The immigrants ruined Britain Advertisements Related