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Today, at SFA World Headquarters, we fielded a request that—to my knowledge—we’ve never gotten before. Some visitors to Oxford, Mississippi asked for a list of places where they could eat without being discriminated against.Insert Arkansas for Mississippi, change a bill number and you have us, too. You may refuse to serve a hamburger, hire or rent an apartment to a person who appears to your gaydar to be gay or doesn't conform to your idea of gender presentation and the governor and legislature have your back.
It was a fair question, given that Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed HB 1523 into law on Tuesday. Under the guise of ‘religious freedom,’ the bill effectively protects those who would refuse service to people whose views on gender, sexuality, and marriage differ from their own “sincerely held” religious or moral beliefs (Read the whole bill here). The blow came less than a week after U.S. District Judge Daniel Porter Jordan III overturned Mississippi’s same-sex adoption ban, the last of its kind in the nation.
Last in the nation. That’s a painfully familiar notion for folks in Mississippi. For many observers, HB 1523 lends credence to the longstanding stereotype of a backward state that kicks and screams against progress and equality. The stereotype is simplistic and highly problematic, but it still stings.
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