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A question one might pose to an opponent of equal rights for the LBGT community is what right do you have to encroach upon someone else’s right to fairness and respect? Following the pillars of morality theory, the answer is you have no right.
For centuries now, free speech vs. protecting religious sensibilities have been warring enemies. And both not only need protection from each other but also need protection from censorship.
If you are following the public discussions of human rights for LGBT people, you know that recent anti-gay flurries in Arizona, Kansas, Texas and Uganda share the same origin: (1) homophobia disguised as the right of religious freedom and (2) inserting state or regional rights in place of basic human rights for all people.