I am very upset. Yes I am. Because I see a pattern of comparing unlike things. I see a comparison with a person’s skin color or belief in origin with something that factually through collective memory radically alters behavior. I’m not here to argue social science, but it is in the interest of fair government to recognize the behavior and mechanics of gender and sexual orientation. To not do so would be discriminatory. To compare the color of a person’s skin with the behavior and needs of gender or sexual orientation is biased... and that bias would be the judges in Washington State that I was alluding to. The way the legal finding is worded one could create a KKK club which would not be the same as the boyscouts or the gay softball team. I have no problem with who won... (I suppose) I have a problem with the blanket attempt to address difference uniformly when it is not in the interests of the people to do this. I guess what matters most is how they swing: Bisexual Men Sue Gay Softball League for Discrimination... and apparently lost.
So if the black people in my town make me feel intimidated then I would have a right to start a white only club? You would have to be very biased to deny that a white male did not ever experience the same variables that this gay group is describing. it sounds to me like they just opened a Pandora's box. The details of this sound like a lot of bullshit. Washington State is acting like Washington state again. I can't wait for this kind of argument to hit a Supreme court... and I guess that is my question. Will this be appealed?