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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 15:21

Kentucky Print Shop 'Herald Embroidery' Shows Discrimination Against LGBT People With Anti-LGBT Sticker

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Herald Embroidery anti LGBT sticker




                                      In Kentucky, a print shop (T-shirts and other posters) clearly shows its refusal to serve all LGBT customers with an anti-LGBT sticker stuck on the door of the store. 

“Herald Embroidery” explains on its website (

“While we will serve all customers who treat our place of business with respect, we reserve the right to refuse to produce promotional products that promote ideas that are not in keeping with our consciences.

“This includes, but is not limited to content promoting homosexuality, freemasonry, the use of foul language, and imagery which promotes immodesty.”

                                                    Last March, the legislators of Kentucky succeeded in making pass a law of religious protection which allows this kind of discrimination and intolerance by overriding the veto of the governor.

Here thus the perfect example of what this law provides against the LGBT community but also against any person being connected with this one.


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