We Don’t Need the LGBT Equality Act

My Gay Friend Gerald and Log Cabin Republicans Say So

James Finn
Mar 20, 2019 · 8 min read
The Daily Dot lays out the uphill struggle for the Equality Act

The fight for LGBTQ rights is over. Ever hear that?

It’s legal to fire and evict people for being gay, bisexual, or transgender —

Enter the Equality Act —

Know what really surprises me?


Let me tell you about my gay friend, Gerald —

Say what?

Perhaps that’s overstating things.

Image credit: Pexels.com

So let’s leave Gerald to his picket fence, shall we?

What did Stacy do?

Stacy doesn’t enjoy Gerald’s privilege —

She‘s not expected to win.

Nothing protects Mary and Bev either —

Or Randal Coffman of Jacksonville, FL —

Of course we need the Equality Act —

Here’s the real religious issue —

That’s the problem —

And here’s why —

Of course we need the Equality Act — without special religious exemptions.

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