BOOM: Christian Printer Punished For Not Printing Gay Shirts Isn’t Taking Their Crap Anymore

Published on December 10, 2014

Yeah, baby. It’s about time freedom lovers ceased to be bullied by the intolerant gaystapo. 1000pts.

A Christian printer who was found guilty of discrimination by a civil rights commission and told that his employees would need to attend diversity training after he refused to print shirts for a gay pride parade is fighting back, appealing the ruling in Kentucky state court.

Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands on Originals, a Lexington-based T-shirt company, filed the appeal through his attorneys with the Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative legal firm, arguing that the messages he was asked to print violated his deeply held religious beliefs.

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The challenge comes after Greg Munson of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission announced in October that Hands on Originals discriminated against the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization of Lexington when it refused to print the shirts back in 2012.

Read more: The Blaze

 

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