Government Now Fining People for Refusing to use Politically Correct Gender Pronouns

Gary DeMar
Written by Gary DeMar

How many times were we told that legalizing same-sex sexuality and its kissing cousin transgenderism would not affect people who do not engage in same-sex sexuality or decide not to modify their true sexuality?

Homosexuals and their advocates kept telling a gullible public that they were all about “live and let live.” If there was a TIME magazine cover for “Lie of the Year,” this would have been it.

Then there’s this from New York City. At first I thought the following was from a parody site:

“The New York City Commission on Human Rights has issued rules that fine employers for referring to transsexuals by their real gender.

“The new ‘guidance’ (‘NYC Pronoun Ban’), which has power to levy hefty fines against ‘violators’ who ‘discriminate,’ is an extension of the New York City Human Rights Law, based on the city’s laws against gender discrimination.

“Failing to use an individual’s preferred name or pronoun, under the new ban, will be considered a violation of New York City Human Rights Law, punishable by fines up to $250,000.

“Refusal to use a transgender employee’s preferred name, pronoun, or title (e.g., Ms./Mrs.) may constitute unlawful gender-based harassment,’ the new NYC Pronoun Ban reads.”

“Live and let live” has become “live our way or we’ll sue you and ruin your life.”

Here’s the worst part of this new law. A person can file a complaint “with the Commission within one year of a ‘discriminatory act,’ and file with the New York Supreme Court within three years of a ‘discriminatory act.’  Significantly, the new ban does not qualify ‘discriminatory acts’ as ‘alleged.'” (H/T: Life Site News)

 

 

 

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