WhoDey saidAren't there more important issues like workplace discrimination?
I would have to agree here, we all work, not all of us are going to get married, marriage is an option which we all rightly deserve but working is not, unless you've won the lottery or are Warren Buffets children, I wish i could have the option to work or not, are some then going to argue that having a job free from discrimination is a right or entitlement by the constitution also?
In employment, my libertarian sister puts its this way.......
If a company feels that sexual orientation is somehow going to be a problem in its workforce, no company should be forced into hiring or promoting people who outly identify as such, "thats the way it is"
What she is missing, the part where that needs to be in writing, all hell would break loose such as that horrible company Exon Mobil.....does anyone openly gay work for Exon Mobil? HELL to the No......why?, #1 company listed on the Fortune 500, they are making billions without promoting diversity.
So yes, I say to employment protections first, either way, not going change the minds over at the Mobil station, they will just be pissy cause then will have to hire some fags