Tuesday, April 5, 2016

New Mississippi law makes it no state for queers

Breaking news from Jackson! Mississippi governor Phil Bryant has signed a law that allows private and public businesses to refuse service to gay couples, if serving them would violate the proprietors' religious beliefs.

The intent of the law is to protect those who believe that marriage should be between one man and one woman, that sexual relations should only take place inside such marriages, and that male and female genders are unchangeable. Those people are known as Christians.

The law allows churches, religious charities and privately held businesses to decline services to people violating those beliefs. Individual government employees may also opt out, although the measure says governments must still provide services.

I will pause now to insert my earplugs, against the noise of righteous indignation from the gay rights gang, lamestream media and Hellery Clinton.

1 comment:

  1. Turns out there's a big benefit to the new law. Mississippi people don't get Bryan Adams visited on them! LOL