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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Important St. Louis County Meeting: Tue. @ 3pm

Re: making a special class for sexual orientation or gender identity

On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 12:52 PM, Lisa Pannett <> wrote:
Dear Friends,

The St. Louis County Council is trying to pass legislation by an ordinance enforced by law that reads: Legislation to insure the prohibition of discrimination against all persons in St. Louis County based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Example of how this could be used:

A Catholic private school decides not to hire a man dressed as a woman because it goes against their beliefs. 

Any business decides based on merit that they do not want to hire an individual.  This person who was having a gender identity issue now files a complaint.  The company did not know they had a gender identity issue.  This make employers, mind readers.  How are we to know what sexual and or gender identity issues someone is having?

All need to show up and voice their opposition to St. Louis County overstepping their bounds in social issues.  These are state issues to be addressed not a county council issue.  Please show up at 2:30 to sign in and speak at the County Council Chambers at 41 South Central Avenue in Clayton on Tuesday, November 20th.  The short notice and time were also given so that people would not show up.  Please show them that their continued underhanded tactics will not work and fill that room!

God Bless!


patriotsoul said...

Actually, this should not be an issue for the government period, unless it is to uphold the rights of ALL, including the churches.
The government, contrary to what they want us to believe, is not our place of worship.
No one should be compelled to change what they believe, unless of course, some entities hide behind the religious label, when after all, they are terrorists.


CultureVigilante said...

It's been in the works for a long time, and not only in St.Louis County. I hope you can get the citizens to realize the importance of this issue.

Mr. Mcgranor said...

This is why we need to reengage individuals to a criticism of The Civil Rights Act of 1964.