A) A call for tolerance
B) Tolerance in the UK
The British Legislature has determined that in a liberal democracy persons with traditional christian values will run a foul of the law if they ” discriminate in the provision of goods, facilities and services on the grounds of sexual orientation”.
The implications of the ruling are profound and essentially removes freedom of conscience for persons with traditional Christian values.
For example, the ruling implies that Christians who provide a service of lodging (hotel, inn etc) may not deny this service to a group which is seeking to use the facility and during their use of it pursue male homosexual erotic behaviour such as anal penetration, fisting,”farming”, felching, rimming, scat, watersports etc .
See Hard Cell website (this contains explicit material) published by Terrence Higgins Trust at :.
The commitment to the elimination of freedom of conscience in order to facilitate sexual orientation is demonstrated in the Courts rulings against persons with traditional christian values because they held to those values and statements made by the judges .
Commenting on the case of Lillian Ladele , a Christian who was forced to resign because she refused to perform same – sex unions, Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, said:
“The legislature has decided that the requirements of a modern liberal democracy … include outlawing discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services on grounds of sexual orientation, subject only to very limited exceptions.”
The Master of the Rolls is the second highest judge in Britain :
The Keeper or Master of the Rolls and Records of the Chancery of England, known as the Master of the Rolls, is the second most senior judge in England and Wales, after the Lord Chief Justice. The Master of the Rolls is the presiding officer of the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal. The first record of a Master of the Rolls is from 1286, although it is believed that the office probably existed earlier than that.