Because discriminating against gender-integration is better?
A lesbian who sued her school district in 2010 after she was left out of the high school yearbook for wearing a tuxedo is demanding the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum permit a commitment ceremony for her and her partner.
The Southern Poverty Law Center sent a letter to the museum on Thursday on behalf of Ceara Sturgis, 20, and threatened to sue if the facility doesn't allow Sturgis and her partner, 19-year-old Emily Key, to hold the ceremony there on Aug. 11.
The state-owned museum refused to allow a similar ceremony for two men earlier this year.
The museum has said it interprets commitment ceremonies to represent a union and cites a 2009 opinion by Attorney General Jim Hood saying it could decline such ceremonies because same-sex marriage is banned in Mississippi.This is one of the problems with the push for civil unions and same-sex marriage. The movement advocates gender-segregation in marriage and encourages lawsuits against businesses and organizations that support gender-integration. Same-sex marriage is ultimately anti-gender.
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