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Nov. 29: Commission Sides With Homosexual Group



 

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November 29, 2012
http://www.citizenlink.com/?p=38734Commission Opposes T-Shirt Company's Refusal To Print 'Gay Pride' Message

by Bethany Monk

A Kentucky commission has announced its support of a gay and lesbian group suing a T-shirt company owned by a Christian man who declined to print the group's shirts because the message, he said, violate his faith.

Blaine Adamson, who owns Hands On Originals (HOO) in Lexington, Ky., refused to print T-shirts for the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO) in early March, because he disagreed with the "gay pride" message the group wanted printed on the shirts.

"I want the truth to come out -- it's not that we have a sign on the front door that says, 'No Gays Allowed,'" Adamson said in a video posted on ADF's website. "We'll work with anybody. But if there's a specific message that conflicts with my convictions, then I can't promote that."

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