Yes, that is absolutely true.
Trevor Bird

“ Yes, that is absolutely true. No one’s arguing that fact”

No, there is no absolute right to use private property as the owner sees fit … the ability to possess private property is a consequence of government enforcement of contracts, protection from theft, etc., and society has the right to regulate the use of private property. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act says

12955.  It shall be unlawful:
(a) For the owner of any housing accommodation to discriminate
against or harass any person because of the race, color, religion,
sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,
marital status, national origin, ancestry, familial status, source of
income, disability, or genetic information of that person.

P.S. In response to Mr. Abel’s comment: Some stupid, ignorant jackoff simply naysaying these statements doesn’t cancel their validity.

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