Two Young Women Sue City’s Unconstitutional Sexual Orientation Ordinance; Parkersburg Moves Ahead with Theirs
Some members of Parkersburg’s City Council have turned a blind eye to the legal woes they may get themselves into and agreed to move forward. The Council agreed to hear a pitch Tuesday night July 11, from West Virginia’s only homosexual advocacy group hoping to allow men into ladies showers, gyms and private areas. The proposed non-discrimination was tabled in March but the activists have held the council hostage since then. So a couple of members flipped their positions from the March vote and welcomed the LGBTQAI lobbyists back to Parkersburg for a big show on why the city must expand the law to allow any male the right to sue any facility he wants. The new ordinance would also force business to cast away their first amendment right of free speech and promote any message no matter how offensive or be fined and sued.
As Joanna and Breanna were starting their business, they kept seeing news reports about authorities forcing Christians in the wedding industry to promote same-sex wedding ceremonies. So they sued to stop the city from enforcing an unconstitutional ordinance that would put them in peril. Click photo for more.