D.C. Court rules that ex-gays are covered by anti-discrimination laws
As per a news release at PFOX:
The Superior Court of the District of Columbia has ruled that former homosexuals are a protected class that must be recognized under sexual orientation non-discrimination laws. The Court held that, under the D.C. Human Rights Act, sexual orientation does not require immutable characteristics.
This is a big deal, especially in schools, where ex-gays are not afforded the same protection and privileges as the GLBT crowd. It means that liberal school staff and administrators can no longer shut out (and openly despise) this very real minority. You know, kinda how we can't openly despise gays anymore. I need to shine up my 'Ex-gay is OK' sticker on my car.