truthrevolt.org Wednesday, Christian News reported that a Kentucky Human Rights Commission examiner has ordered a Christian owned screen-printing company to print pro-homosexual T-shirts and undergo diversity training for refusing to make shirts for a gay pride celebration two years ago. Back in 2012, the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization of Lexington (GLSO) filed a complaint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission (HRC) after Hands On Originals manager Blaine Adamson refused to print T-shirts for the Lexington Gay Pride Festival due to religious convictions. On Tuesday, the HRC examiner determined that Blaine Adamson's refusal to violate his religious convictions violated the Lexington Fairness Ordinance, ruling that Adamson had "discriminated against GLO because of its members' actual or imputed sexual orientation." to read more: truthrevolt.org
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