eHarmony.com was forced by the New Jersey Civil Rights Division to setup a gay dating site because their site didn’t support man to man matching.
I don’t like that eHarmony caved, but I suppose I understand it in light of the difficulty of fighting a powerful state.
So for gay activists, and their powerful government agency backers, diversity is we do what we like, and you do what we like.
Is there a limit to what activists with the force of government behind them can require of private businesses and citizens? Why should a private business be forced to do business with people they don’t feel they can help? Can they force dog adoption sites to also adopt out cats? Can they force me to build commenter Carl his own blog?
This clearly wrong and un-American.
Religions with free choice, like Christianity, aren’t the ones forcing their views on others. Liberal activists and religions like Islam are the dangers to freedom in today’s world.