Republicans dub these "bathroom bills", and for good reason. They allow men who say they're women full access to all sanctifiably-feminine public facilities. Think: the shower room your wife/daughter/neice/grandaught er uses at the gym...or the one's at their schools perhaps. Already at Florence H.S. in Colorado, a gender-confused boy has the girls at his school on edge because of his presence in there. Parents there are outraged, but you know what? It's the law, so they have to take it and like it.
These activists demand special laws to address a crisis that isn't there. There IS NO systematic, institutionalized climate of bias and exclusion against gays. I've studied the issue for years, and not once have I encountered a story of one being denied housing or employment simply for their sexual identity - not once.
This is a solution in search of a problem.
People of faith, values (or even common sense) do not want to be forced to transgress their beliefs even though they must leave the sanctuary of the church and exist in the world. Where is the need to rob the most basic rights of association and conscience, forbid people from the public market by ordinance unless they submit to participation in repellent behavior, and clear the way for lawsuits to obliterate remaining dissent? Let people do business, and let them succeed or fail on their merits. Let others arise without religious compunctions and provide the services unconscionable to the religious. Where is the need to morally enslave those who disagree with you?
LGBT nondiscrimination ordinances grant a badge of civic invincibility to the gays, and provide them the gilded key for flooding local schools with gay propaganda. But it also fosters an oppressive climate of political correctness, where everyone has to walk on egg shells to defer to the gays - I've seen this time, and time again.
This is a hyper-litigious bunch (gay activists) and such an ordinance will open the floodgates for frivilous lawsuits. Let your commissioners know how you feel about this.