Commission Opposes T-Shirt Company’s Refusal To Print ‘Gay Pride’ Message


From CitizenLink:
A Kentucky commission has announced its support of a gay and lesbian group suing a T-shirt company owned by a Christian man who declined to print the group’s shirts because the message, he said, violates his faith.
Blaine Adamson, who owns Hands On Originals (HOO) in Lexington, Ky., refused to print T-shirts for the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO) in early March, because he disagreed with the “gay pride” message the group wanted printed on the shirts.
“I want the truth to come out — it’s not that we have a sign on the front door that says, ‘No Gays Allowed,’” Adamson said in a video posted on ADF’s website. “We’ll work with anybody. But if there’s a specific message that conflicts with my convictions, then I can’t promote that.”
Continue reading …

Share:

More Posts

ICYMI Discover School Options in MA Webinar

Did you miss our recent Discover School Options in MA webinar? Don’t worry, we recorded it for you! Parents have had enough of the sexualization and woke indoctrination of their children in MA public schools. These same parents consistently turn

A win for preserving life in Massachusetts!

Massachusetts Family Institute is celebrating Governor Baker’s recent veto that blocked the public funding of a defamation campaign against pregnancy resource centers (PRCs)! In the wake of Dobbs, we have seen pro-abortion extremists vandalize these life-affirming organizations, which simply provide healthcare and

Video Highlights from MFI’s 31st Annual Celebration!

What a wonderful chance to celebrate faith, family, and freedom we had this past Friday at the MFI 31st Annual Fundraising Banquet. In case you missed it, you can find the banquet’s highlights here, or watch key videos below:  MFI is First

It’s almost Bring Your Bible to School Day!

It’s that time of year again––Bring Your Bible to School Day is this Thursday, October 6th! Our national counterpart Focus on the Family has a great description of how Christian students from all over the country participate in this annual