- Scott Brockie owns a little printing shop. A gay organization asked him to publish some
advertising. He politely refused given his Christian religious
beliefs. He's currently $200,000 in debt
from a court battle that he
- A Christian family had a small bed-and-breakfast business. Two men
showed up at their door and wanted to spend the night together in the same bed.
The family politely refused, based on their religious beliefs. The Canadian Human
Rights Commission forced them to close their business for discriminating against a gay couple.
- A small Christian newspaper was fined $5000 for refusing to print an
ad for gay personals.
- The Knights of Columbus have a Catholic reception hall in Vancouver.
They politely refused to let their premises be used for a lesbian marriage
reception, based on their mission statement that says they uphold
Christian values. This Catholic organization was successfully sued by the Lesbians in front of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, and the Catholic man who refused the rental was fired from his 14 year secular job at Costco.
Philadelphia, 11 people wee threatened with up to 47 years in prison each for
quietly demonstrating at a public gay pride parade while being hounded and
yelled at by the "gay angels." Yet gay activists from Soulforce Albuquerque, disrupted a peaceful meeting of "Courage" (a group of gay Catholics
who meet together to follow Church teachings of sexuality) in a Catholic
Church, with absolutely no consequences. These double standards are
- The Press gallery of the Ontario Legislature gave a 20 year veteran member of the press club, who was a Christian, a notice of dismissal because he informed his colleagues of a pro-life story.