that would suggest there are laws that could be used against you 'demanding respect'Asking for respect is fine. Using the force of law to demand my respect is not.
I understand, but such laws are already being passed in Canada, and people are genuinely pushing for them here. I don't think they'll ultimately be successful, but only because I think people will get pissed enough to stop them before it starts.that would suggest there are laws that could be used against you 'demanding respect'
those laws dont exist
there is no law saying you have to be nice to anyone
the only 'laws' out there have to do with employers
this is America, you dont have to respect anything
but such laws are already being passed in Canada
yeah, those are so they cant be unfairly disqualified from jobs or homes because they are transalready has ordinances in place that require landlords and employers
You didn't read my post if you think that law was about disqualifying people from jobs or whatnot.yeah, those are so they cant be unfairly disqualified from jobs or homes because they are trans
because those people are supposed to treat everyone equally based on qualifications, not qualifiers
but that still doesnt mean anything to the average person
if someone shouldnt be disqualified from a job or place to live based on religion, political affiliation, skin color, age, etc, why should them being trans matter or not?
I don't think anyone here has objected to those sorts of laws. Everyone deserves equal protection, and I don't know of anyone here who wants trans folks to be denied housing or gainful employment because of their identity.I didnt say 'that law'
I was referring to laws protecting the lgbtqwerty people
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