As occurred under the other atheist / secular political ideology communism expect more restrictions on freedom under LGBTTTIQism


In the christian biblical worldview the universe is made by an intelligent being (God) and it is designed to achieved the purposes of that being. Humans have free will and can produce thoughts and actions contrary to the purposes and character of the creator i.e humans can sin. Sin results in disorder – abnormality / pathology.

In the atheist / secular worldview the universe simply exists or created itself from nothing. Everything within the universe including human beings are the product of chance and the laws of physics ( the weak and strong nuclear forces, electromagnetism and gravity). In short for atheist / secularist the mechanisms used to created objects in the universe becomes the agents of the creation. This is equivalent to saying that the principles which make a Samsung galaxy phone or an Iphone work created the phones not the Samsung or Apple Companies. This is of course nonsense but atheist / secular nonsense does not stop there it reaches to public policy as shown below in LGBTTTIQism, an atheist / secular political ideology much like communism which was itself an atheist / secular political ideology.

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22 December 2015by Darren Wee

New York City’s human rights commission has announced the nation’s toughest laws on transgender discrimination.

A 2002 law already banned discrimination based on gender identity and expression in housing, employment and public spaces, but never said what constituted prejudice.
The new guidelines released on Monday (21 December) give explicit examples of violations, including:

– Intentionally failing to use an individual’s preferred name, pronoun or title. For example, repeatedly calling a transgender woman ‘him’ or ‘Mr’ when she has made it clear that she prefers female pronouns and a female title.

-Refusing to allow individuals to use single-sex facilities, such as bathrooms or locker rooms, and participate in single-sex programs, consistent with their gender identity. For example, barring a transgender woman from a women’s restroom out of concern that she will make others uncomfortable.

-Enforcing dress codes, uniforms, and grooming standards that impose different requirements based on sex or gender. For example, enforcing a policy that requires men to wear ties or women to wear skirts.

-Failing to providing employee health benefits that cover gender-affirming care or failing to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals undergoing gender transition, including medical appointments and recovery, where such reasonable accommodations are provided to other employees.

Those who break the New York City Human Rights Law could face civil penalties of up to $125,000 for violations, and up to $250,000 for violations that are the result of willful, wanton, or malicious conduct.

New York City now goes further in protecting the rights of transgender people than other large cities with gender identity protections, such as Washington, DC, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.

‘New York has always been a diverse and welcoming city and our laws are designed to protect every New Yorker, regardless of their gender identity,’ said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
‘Today’s new guidelines strengthen those laws by ensuring that every transgender and gender non-conforming person in New York receives the dignity and respect they deserve.’
There are an estimated 25,250 transgender and gender non-conforming people living in New York City.

According to a recent survey, 75% of transgender New Yorkers reported harassment and mistreatment in the workplace, 20% were refused a home, 17% were refused medical care, and a staggering 53% were verbally harassed or disrespected in a place of public accommodation, including hotels, restaurants, buses, airports and government agencies.

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