Feds Rule Funeral Home Has to Let Flamboyant Trans Employees Minister to Mourners

Conservative Tribune | 3/8/2018 | Benjamin DeKraker
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Imagine this scene: A beloved family member has passed. The funeral is serious and religious. Friends and relatives come to quietly pay their respects to the grieving family, maybe sharing a fond memory or a Bible verse that they find comforting.

Then — like Corporal Klinger on MASH — a man in a five o’clock shadow, lipstick, and a dress prances into the funeral home. Before you can object, you notice a name badge. They’re an employee of the funeral home, and even though the service was supposed to be Christian and somber, you’re told you must endure being interrupted by a man in women’s clothing or you’re a bigot.

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That scenario is essentially what will now be happening at a Michigan funeral home, after a circuit court ruled that the business must employ a male funeral director who has decided to become a transvestite.

The shocking ruling was not swayed by the funeral home’s Christian roots or the fact that it has clear sex-specific dress codes for its employees. Your grieving family must accept a flamboyant cross-dressing employee, a judge has decreed.

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“American business owners, especially those serving the grieving and the vulnerable, should be free to live and work consistently with their faith,” stated Gary McCaleb, an attorney from Alliance Defending Freedom who represents R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes in the Detroit area.

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“The funeral home’s dress code is tailored to serve those mourning the loss of a loved one. Today’s decision misreads court precedents that have long protected businesses which properly differentiate between men and women in their dress and grooming code policies,” McCaleb explained.

It’s one thing to accommodate employees with “alternative” lifestyles as long as their choices don’t interfere with work. In the case of this transvestite funeral...
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