EEOC Nominee: Lesbian Lawyer Chai Feldblum

Worth ReadingGeorgetown University Professor Chai Feldblum will violate religious freedom and promote her belief that “gay is good” as an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission member.

January 2010 – President Obama has chosen lesbian activist lawyer Chai Feldblum to become a member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In this powerful post, Feldblum will have the power to punish businesses and especially Christian business owners who object to the sexual behaviors of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered (drag queens, heterosexual cross-dressers, transsexuals, she-males) individuals.

Feldblum is one of the key lesbian legal thinkers in the effort to impose the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) agenda on America.

Feldblum earned a B.A. from Barnard College and a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1985. She currently teaches gay/gender law at Georgetown University Law School. She formerly worked as legislative council for the AIDS Project of the American Civil Liberties Union; served as legal director for the Campaign for Military Service; founded the Workplace Flexibility 2010 project; and the Moral Values Project. All of her efforts directed at promoting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender sexual behaviors as “good” and to force Americans to affirm these sexual activities.

Feldblum was the primary author of the federal Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a pro-LGBT bill that will impose draconian regulations on all businesses with 15 or more employees. As a member of the EEOC, Feldblum will ruthlessly enforce ENDA against American businessmen, educators, Christian media companies, Christian day camps and more.

Feldblum has left an extensive paper trail of her beliefs about religious liberty, the gay agenda, and polyamory (the sexual or non-sexual groupings of men, women or she-males into fake “families” that would receive federal affirmation equal to those provided to man-woman marriages.)

As a lesbian activist on the EEOC, Feldblum will play a major role in her goal of “revolutionizing social norms” in the work place. Among those norms are enforcing the belief that “gay sex is good.” She outlined these goals at a conference at U.C.L.A. in 2004. Her remarks are posted on YouTube. Feldblum clearly describes her objective of overturning social norms and forcing all businesses in the U.S. to affirm the gay lifestyle.

At this U.C.L.A. event, Feldblum outlined a strategy for getting Americans to change what is moral in order to support the idea that “gay sex is morally good.”

Two of her strategies were developed in her Workplace Flexibility 2010 Project and her Moral Values Project and are designed to accomplish this goal.

She described 5 points about the Moral Values Project:

Moral Values are important to a healthy society. More: