This is a developing story (see links below). Joe Sonka, who may nor may not be gay, and his “date” who happens to be a straight guy, went to the Creation Museum “Date Night” on the evening of the 11th. They were not allowed in. I was explained to them that being gay was very un-Christian and they were trying to maintain a Christian environment. The implication was that if straight Christian people were forced to eat in the presence of two men eating together, they might ….. well, who knows WHAT could happen!?!?!?
One thing that is interesting about this is that you can’t get a State Tax Break if you discriminate in hiring. Well, allowing people in the room for dinner is not the same as hiring, but if I was the State of Kentucky about to give the Creation Museum a 40 million dollar tax break, I’d investigate their hiring practices very closely on the grounds of what happened two nights ago. By purely random chance, there MUST BE some gays and/or lesbians or SOMEBODY who is not straight working there, right? The state of Kentucky needs to find them and see how many of them there are and if they are being discriminated against. And so on and so forth.
Joe’s blog is here: No same sex couples allowed at the Creation Museum Date Night (UPDATE)
More details here: Date Night at the Creation Museum
And this: Men Thought To Be Gay Couple Refused Entry To Creation Museum
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