While I can't speak for others, I'm trying have you understand what public accommodation means, as that's what we're talking about when we talk about public access as it relates to discrimination.<quoted text>
You need to try and focus.
I said you and other queer supporters are claiming that the word "public" is equal to "people". I also asked you to post from a reputable source the definition of the word "public", but instead you posted a definition of "public accomodation" from an unamed source that is quoted by a resident queer supporter.
Laws and regulations penned by government sources, especially legislative bodies, are not reputable. There is a good reason that US lawyers and public servants have bad reputations.
42 U.S. Code ž 12181 is itself a citation and should be easily identifiable as such. If you prefer a link to the context, http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/121... has greater detail
I have no idea how to supply you with a legal definition if you're not willing to accept legal definitions created, supported or enforced by the legal system. I doubt very strongly that anyone will be likely to provide you a working legal definition independent of a legal system, but would be interested to see if anyone else can turn something up.