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04/08/2015

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N.D.

How is it hateful to desire that all persons are treated with Dignity and respect in private as well as in public, and not desire that our Loved ones engage in any act that demeans their Dignity as human persons?

The error, from the start, is giving personhood to sexual desires/orientation. Regardless of our sexual desires, a person remains, in essence, from the moment of conception, a son or daughter, worthy of being treated with Dignity and respect in private as well as in public. Reducing personhood to sexual desire/orientation, does not change this truth.

Our Constitution serves to secure and protect our inherent Right to Religious Liberty, it does not serve to proclaim the equality of consensual sexual acts and sexual relationships. In serving the general public, one is not discriminating against any person, when we respect the fact that regardless of ancestry, every son or daughter of a human person can only be a human person. This does not change the fact that our Constitution protects our inherent Right to not be coerced into violating a tenet of our Faith while serving the general public, including the fundamental tenet of both The Jewish and Christian Faith, which proclaims that God, not Caesar, Is The Author of Life and Marriage.

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