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Oklahomans React To Executive Order Protecting LGBT Contractors

There are 7 comments on the News9 Oklahoma City story from Jul 21, 2014, titled Oklahomans React To Executive Order Protecting LGBT Contractors. In it, News9 Oklahoma City reports that:

Nearly 40 ago President Lyndon B. Johnson banned discrimination based on race or national origin.

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karlschneider

Broken Arrow, OK

#1 Jul 22, 2014
Good news.
Gremlin

Louisville, KY

#2 Jul 23, 2014
I'm very happy about this. The fun part is watching the homophobes stamp their feet and cry.

“Come and get it! ”

Since: Jan 09

Traverse City

#3 Jul 24, 2014
Wtf is "LTGB"? Wouldn't it just be easier to say gay or homosexual?

“Peace”

Since: Feb 08

Earth

#6 Jul 24, 2014
Sneaky Pete wrote:
Wtf is "LTGB"? Wouldn't it just be easier to say gay or homosexual?
Not all transsexual people are homosexual, some are straight.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#7 Jul 30, 2014
Who cares what you call us? BTW The rest of the people in Oklahoma were very nice to me when I was there last year.
Regards, Terri
Bartholomew wrote:
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I call them freaks.

“Peace”

Since: Feb 08

Earth

#8 Aug 1, 2014
TerryE wrote:
Who cares what you call us? BTW The rest of the people in Oklahoma were very nice to me when I was there last year.
Regards, Terri
<quoted text>
Interesting, isn’t it, how things work..
Oklahoma has I believe 42 Indian nations. Most all have some two spirit history in their culture. One would think that Oklahoma would already have protections in place.

Here is just one example:
Little Axe Shawnee community was hit hard by the tornadoes that swept across central Oklahoma recently.
The Indiana Two-Spirit Society and First Nations Educational and Cultural Center are Partnering with the Central Oklahoma Two-Spirit Society to help bring needed supplies to this community.
Donations will be collected until June 9th, 2013

Or maybe:
(Tahlequah, OK, January 4, 2006)— In a ruling issued on December 22, 2005, the Judicial Appeals Tribunal of the Cherokee Nation, the highest Cherokee court, rejected an attempt by several tribal council members to invalidate the marriage of Cherokee citizens Kathy Reynolds and Dawn McKinley,

In briefs filed with the Court, the Council members argued that marriages between same-sex couples are inconsistent with Cherokee Nation culture, heritage, and tradition. But according to an affidavit submitted to the Court by Professor Brian Gilley, PhD, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at University of Vermont, and who is of Cherokee ancestry,“there is overwhelming evidence for the historic and cultural presence of multiple gender roles and same-sex relations among most if not all Native North Americans, including the Cherokee, and that they historically shared in the institution of marriage.” Professor Gilley’s affidavit described the historical gender diversity among the Cherokee people, as well as evidence of marriage between Cherokee same-sex couples.
reldeenk

United States

#9 Aug 1, 2014
Bartholomew wrote:
<quoted text>
I call them freaks.
Let's get freaky together, pal.

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