I would like to say that I'm very disappointed that (Company name) is involved in serving homosexual activist trying to censor Dr. Laura's free speech. I have always been lead to believe that differing opinions and view points are a good thing.
Militant gay-rights activists and their liberal allies have grossly distorted and taken out of context what Mrs. Schlessinger has said about homosexuality on her nationally syndicated radio program. For the record, all she has said is that homosexuality is "deviant" behavior and "a biological error" in the sense that it deviates from the norm of heterosexuality. Far from being out of the mainstream, that view has been the prevailing opinion for most of recorded human history, and remains so, in spite of a 25-plus-year effort by no more than 2 percent of the population - amplified by a largely pro-homosexual media - to convince us otherwise.
Also, if (Company name) has a nondiscrimination policy then why is it not broad enough to include people with different opinions and viewpoints then yours?
I was wondering what your policy means by not discriminating against "sexual orientation"? Does your non-discrimination policy apply to other so-called "sexual orientations" such as: polygamy, bigamy, multiple partnership, pedophilia, voyeurism, and exhibitionism. I'm sure it does not. I'm just making a point and would like to ask why are you advocating that selected orientations be discriminated against while others are to be given protected status? Isn't such a policy inherently prejudiced?
One of the conditions of the free society is that we tolerate groups with which we disagree. Not pull support and pressure them to conform. Where is the tolerance in this?
I will make sure I never use (Company name) products and pass the word on to my friends.