Keep LGBTQ Language Out of Michigan’s Civil Rights Act
- DTE, Consumers, Whirlpool, Dow, Quicken Loans, Apple, BC/BS, Kellogg, Herman Miller, FCA, Ford, GM
- United States of America
Many of the LGBTQ movement’s goals run counter to the will of the American people. The ultimate objective of the LGBTQ special interest movement is to force the public to accept homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgender identities as healthy and moral equivalents to heterosexuality and biological gender identity. To this end, the LGBTQ movement has persuaded lawmakers to pass laws and organizations to implement policies that discriminate against those who oppose this objective. For example:
1. The inclusion of “sexual orientation” in nondiscrimination policies has been used to discriminate against people of faith and others who believe that homosexual behavior is not a moral or healthy alternative to heterosexuality.
2. The inclusion of “gender identity and expression” in nondiscrimination policies has been used: to normalize gender dysphoria and confuse children regarding their gender identity; to nullify same-sex privacy rights of individuals regarding the use of restrooms and locker rooms; to undermine girls and women’s sports by allowing biological males to participate; and to sabotage gender specific events and schools restricted to one biological gender.
Many corporations have yielded to LGBTQ activists and share responsibility for the discrimination and public harm promoted by the LGBTQ movement. In fact, many corporate executives are voicing their support of the 2020 LGBTQ ballot initiative to add “sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression” to Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act. According to the LGBTQ organization behind the ballot initiative, these corporate executives represent: DTE, Consumers Energy, Herman Miller Furniture, Whirlpool, Dow, Quicken Loans, Apple, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kellogg Company, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, and GM.
We appeal to DTE, Consumers Energy, Herman Miller Furniture, Whirlpool, Dow, Quicken Loans, Apple, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kellogg Company, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, GM and other corporate entities to stop supporting LGBTQ initiatives that can in any way be used to discriminate against people of faith or those who believe that homosexuality is not a healthy alternative to heterosexuality, or that would normalize gender dysphoria or tell children they can choose their gender, or that would nullify privacy rights regarding the use of restrooms and locker rooms based on biological sex at birth, or that would allow biological males to compete in girls and women’s sports, or that would inhibit events and schools restricted on the basis of one biological gender. In addition, we ask you to reevaluate your company’s nondiscrimination policy where you may have added language to advance LGBTQ objectives that discriminate against some of your other employees.
The Keep LGBTQ Language Out of Michigan’s Civil Rights Act petition to DTE, Consumers, Whirlpool, Dow, Quicken Loans, Apple, BC/BS, Kellogg, Herman Miller, FCA, Ford, GM was written by Tom Coy and is in the category Civil Rights at GoPetition.