This discrimination is still legal in America

"No gays allowed"

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How can this be real?

Did you think discrimination was outlawed in the US?

It’s not.

After the Supreme Court decision in favor of gay marriage, a Tennessee business owner put up a sign on his store that said “no gays allowed”.

Not only is he allowed to do that, but employers across the state can fire their workers based solely on their sexual orientation.

In Tennessee, there are very little protections for the LGBT community.

In 30 other states, the story is the same.

There’s still a long way to go to justice.
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