Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Perfect Village Protects LGBT Community

With the exception of one cornflake in the crowd . . . Here's a look at a a suburban progressive moment offering more proof that Johnson County is at the forefront of changing red state political reality. Take a peek:

Prairie Village passes ordinance to shield LGBTQ residents

PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS (AP) - The Prairie Village City Council has approved an ordinance that shields LGBTQ individuals from many types of discrimination within the city. The council's unanimous approval on Monday night came after more than three months of sometimes contentious public debate on the issue.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pass the donuts.

Anonymous said...

There is a gay mafia group in the metro going around raising a stink at every city they can over this stuff.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, because gay people are so put upon in Perfect Village.

Anonymous said...

To hell with the gays, they don’t deserve anything, sick ass things they are

Anonymous said...

This was a good ordinance. Now property values will be more fancy in this part of town. Approve!

Anonymous said...

Thank God that septuagenarian and Ruckus panelist Mary O'Halloran has finally been protected on the dangerous streets of Prairie Village Kansas!

Whew! Just in the nick of time.

Anonymous said...


What about an ordinance that discriminates against straight people because of gays? This can go either way and I'm prepared to fight gay people who discriminate against straight people! AND THEY DO! Let the fight begin!

Anonymous said...

Homosexuals make good neighbors but I would never hire one. Don’t need all the drama and special treatment the require.

Anonymous said...

I wish a gay couple would ask me to bake them a wedding cake. Have a special ingredient for the white frosting.

Anonymous said...

I hear that they really like your special ingredient too! But do Lesbians like it?

Anonymous said...

Squicky wheels just like the bicycle lobbiest.

Anonymous said...

Careful folks this is not an anti-discrimination ordinance, its and ANTI-DEFAMATION ordinance. Big difference. It makes it illegal to SAY anything against the LGBTQ community. Park your free speech at the city limits.
PV passage was wrong.

Anonymous said...

I agree with @ 9:34. This ordinance may just be a transgression of the LGBTQ community on the free speech rights of everyone else. If so at some point in time it will go to court and rise up to the Supreme Court which will strike the ordinance down. The constitution gives gays the exact same rights as straights. This is an obvious attempt to gain "Special" status for this very minority group. I personally don't care what they do in their bedroom. I don't care if their actions cause them to get HIV/AIDS but then they need to be extra careful to not spread it around. I don't like them getting up in my grill with "I'M GAY!", just keep it to yourself, we all know what you are. You are less than 2% of the total population but your lifestyle is entrenched in every TV ad because companies are too scared (as opposed to sensitive) to not include your movement so they don't get targeted. I hate it being forced upon me and my family. I don't shop with retailers that advertise like that. I'll be glad one the Supreme Court gets done with this.