As Much of a Private Entity as the Michigyn Transphobya Festyval ‘Land’

From Raw Story:

Two women who hoped to buy gowns to wear to their wedding were turned away from a bridal shop in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, prompting a torrent of criticism for the store online and by word-of-mouth.

According to, the brides-to-be were informed that the W. W. Bridal Boutique “does not service same-sex couples” because to do so would be a violation of their “religious beliefs.”

A religious belief…

You know…

just like the belief – also contrary to all science – that trans women aren’t women.

Pennsylvania currently has no laws against discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

You know…

Just like Michigyn.

1 Comment

  1. Dear Ms. Rose,

    Reading over your post here brings to mind a question…

    “What is the difference between a private entity and a sovereign entity?”

    I ask because my dear husband has been talking (perhaps overmuch) about “my rights as a sovereign property owner” while calculating fields of fire focusing on the treadpath the neighborhood children have worn down on our lawn?

    Lurleen Blayk

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