Thursday, June 14, 2012

Religious right group sees what it wants to see at ENDA hearing

At the recent Congressional hearing on ENDA (Employment Non-Discrimination Act), Kylar Broadus, founder of the Trans People of Color Coalition, was the first transgender witness to ever testify for the bill. His testimony has been hailed as compelling as he talked about coming out, workplace harassment, and basic discrimination:

This is how the Traditional Values Coalition saw his testimony:

Sometimes, you have to let hate speak for itself.

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Daniel said...

That ad is so bigoted. What does it mean that those organizations stoop so low to get money? I think it means they know they don't have the facts, so they use lies instead. In other words, they actually know they're wrong, and they know they are bigots. I just don't get why they continue.

pitbullgirl65 said...

They continue because bigots need to bully and torment anyone they consider an other. They think they are right and on the contary, believe themselves to be the real victims. The only good thing is they are losing power as each generation is more progressive then the last. Thank Dog!