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    MOST WORK PLACES HAVE AN UNOFFICIAL DRESS CODE FOR MEN AND A DRESS CODE FOR WOMEN. THIS SHOULD BE FOLLOWED BY EVERYONE. WHATEVER SOMEONE DOES WITH THEIR PERSONAL LIFE SHOULD BE THEIR OWN BUSINESS. BUT IN THE WORKPLACE EMPLOYEES SHOULD CONFORM TO THE WORK PLACE.

    THAT BEING SAID, I DONT THINK THAT CHRISTIAN EMPLOYERS SHOULD BE ABLE TO DISCRIMINATE BASED THEIR OWN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS. AN EMPLOYER DOES NOT HAVE A RIGHT, OR SHOULD NOT HAVE A RIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANYONE BASED ON THEIR ORIENTATION.

    AS FAR AS RESTROOMS GO, CONSIDERATION HAS TO BE GIVEN TO THE OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE TO USE THE RESTROOM. TO GIVE CONSIDERATION TO A SMALL GROUP AND NO ONE ELSE IS NOT RIGHT.

    MAYBE HAVING MENS AND WOMENS RESTROOMS SHOULD EVOLVE. NO MORE RESTROOMS WITH STALLS. RESTROOMS COULD BE SEPARATE SMALL ROOMS WITH A COMMODE AND SMALL SINK. AND HAVE SEVERAL TO ACCOMODATE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE. THEN THAT WAY ANYONE COULD USE THEM. THE "MENS OR WOMENS RESTROOMS" SHOULD BE OBSOLETE.
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