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Sia☺giah
FALSE... it is a perfectly logical question to ask if one is
Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:10pm
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attempting to show the "slippery slope" that can result from ALLOWING religious discrimination practices to have legal protection of their religious beliefs... Sooner or later, SOMEONE is going to demand religious protection of THEIR beliefs, which very well might include FGM or other abhorrent practices... The argument WILL be religious discrimination ...

Male circumcision is a less "horrific" genital mutilation that is performed on infant males without their consent and it is legal as well as considered a religious belief... Sooner or later, SOMEONE is going to demand that THEIR religious beliefs demand FGM and that NOT allowing it is religious discrimination and inequality under the law...

For those who AGREE with the cake makers being able to refuse to make a "gay cake", it takes something extreme and abhorrent to SHOW what's wrong with allowing religious discrimination under the law to fulfill someone's religious beliefs...

It is most certainly NOT a sign of insanity or being warped... That you cannot see the obvious correlation of ALLOWING religious discrimination to protect someone's religious beliefs & the right to practice their religion is the same PRINCIPLE as allowing someone to do something abhorrent because it is their religious belief...

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