The “Gay” bullies are at it again. All their talk about tolerance is a myth. They are all about compulsion. There is no disagreeing with the homosexual lifestyle. Anyone who does is engaged in “hate,” a favorite practice of the fund raising machine of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The goal of the homosexual bullies is to shut down all dissent. There can’t be any discussion of homosexuality unless it is full acceptance. Anyone who disagrees will lose everything. The latest example of gay-hate has been leveled at an apparel manufacturer in Lexicon, Kentucky.
A homosexual group has filed a discrimination complaint against Hands On Originals: Christian Outfitters after the company refused to honor a bid to produce apparel for an event.
The website of Hands On Originals advertises that the company has been producing High Quality Customized Christian Apparel since 1986. Under the company’s Terms and Conditions, the following is found:
“Hands On Originals both employs and conducts business with people of all genders, races, religions, sexual preferences, and national origins. However, due to the promotional nature of our products, it is the prerogative of Hands On Originals to refuse any order that would endorse positions that conflict with the convictions of the ownership.”
The company does not discriminate against any person, but it has a stated policy not to produce material that promotes a worldview that is contrary to its values.
Let’s say a member of the Ku Klux Klan comes in to purchase apparel. The folks at Hands On Originals would sell the KKK member the items. But if the KKK as an organization came in asking Hands On Originals to produce T-shirts for a KKK rally, the company would refuse as would most other companies. Who could argue with such a position?
Would it be OK for a Jewish-owned company to refuse a group that wanted T-shirts that said “Send all Jews Back to Israel” and “Israel: America’s Bitch Since 1948”? How about a patriotic apparel company that refused to print a shirt that said “Down with America”?
The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission says it will investigate the complaint brought by a homosexual rights group. Executive director of the Human Rights Commission said that Hands On Originals is subject to the city’s human rights ordinance because it deals in goods and services to the public.
Typically, government entities have joined with the homosexuals. The head of Fayette County public schools said the district will place a temporary hold on purchases from Hands On Originals because of the controversy. Mayor Jim Gray, who is a homosexual, said, “People don’t have patience for this sort of attitude today.” What people is he talking about?
I wonder if an apparel company owned by homosexuals would print T-shirts for a group protesting a ‘Gay Pride’ rally. Let’s find one and put it to the test.
If you’re from the Lexington area and need some specialized apparel, give the folks at Hands On Original your business. Here’s their contact information:
Hands on Originals
990 New Circle Rd.
Lexington, KY 40511