Diversity programs which can be
demoralizing and intolerant towards people
of faith who have the religious freedom to
believe homosexuality is wrong (see below
reasons why diversity training should not be
forced on employees)
See below list for the most aggressive
corporations funding and condoning the
homosexual movement, therefore taking a
stand against Christianity and people of
faith (send them an email voicing your
opinion, see below for talking points):
For a detailed list on other companies click here.
Corporations targeting or sponsoring the homosexual market.
Corporations sponsoring gay.comm (largest gay web page)
Sample letter to email above corporations (cut and paste on email).
EMAIL CORPORATIONS HERE
UNITED WAY ATTACKS THE BOY SCOUTS
Support The Boys Scouts and confront United Way.
Other corporations attacking boy scouts
Email them and give your opinion by using the above link.
Reasons why diversity training should not be forced on employees:
- The risk of legal repercussions; such training can be considered discrimination, when an employee is required to change their religious beliefs. According to the EEOC's official publication on Title VII, employers have an obligation to accommodate the religious practices of employees and prospective employees ; Section 701(j) makes it an unlawful employment practice under section 703(a)(1) for an employer to fail to reasonably accommodate the religious practices of an employee or prospective employee, unless the employer demonstrates that accommodation would result in undue hardship on the conduct of its business.
- Counter productive; demoralizes employees who sense their beliefs and values are not respected;
- Attacks the moral beliefs of two-thirds of Americans;
- Abuses the rights, beliefs and sensibilities of co-workers;
- Sexual orientation in the workplace is inappropriate and irrelevant;
- All employees have the moral right to be free from harassment and unfair discrimination; they also have the right to be free from "conscience coercion";
- This is clearly an unethical invasion of privacy that is irrelevant in most, if not all, employment contexts;
- It is possible to promote respect for differences of experience and belief in the workplace without discriminating against one employee or the other.
HOMOPHOBIA and HETEROSEXISM
Homophobia and heterosexism are terms often used in diversity (sensitivity) training. They are rhetorical not scientific descriptions. Neither the American Psychiatric Association nor the American Psychological Association lists either homophobia or heterosexism as a pathology, though much pressure has been exerted to do so.