WEB Notes: These are frivolous lawsuits at this point. It is a Christian by name business and a homosexual group wanted them to print Gay “Pride” shirts. We all know why they made the request to a Christian organization, so they can try to sue. If they win, then maybe Christians need to ban together and order “Homosexuality Is a Sin” Shirts from homosexual companies. Two can play the same game, just how stupid do we want to get here?
The Supreme Court of Kentucky has agreed to hear an appeal from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission after a state appeals court ruled earlier this year that an expressly Christian screen printing business did not violate the law in declining to print t-shirts for a homosexual pride festival.
According to the Courier Journal, Chief Justice John Minton, Jr. granted the appeal. A hearing date has not yet been set.
As previously reported, in 2012, the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization of Lexington (GLSO) approached the Kentucky-based Hand On Originals—a company that identifies as “Christian outfitters” and providers of “Christian apparel” on the homepage of its website—to print t-shirts for the Lexington Gay Pride Festival.