What Has Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Wrought?

Amy Contrada explains what it has wrought at American Thinker (how many Americans realize this?):

CAUTION: This article contains extremely graphic and disturbing content. Read at your own risk, and keep out of reach of children.

In the last decade, there’s been an explosion of “gay” BDSM (homosexual sadomasochist) events hosted by upscale big-city hotels. Truly, it’s out of control.

During the last weekend in April, a depraved orgy dubbed CLAW (Cleveland Leather Awareness Weekend) took over three downtown Cleveland hotels: the Westin, Hampton Inn, and DoubleTree.

Based on the workshop descriptions and items available for rental, many of the conference rooms, hallways, and private rooms may be spattered with blood, sexual fluids, and excrement.

The CLAW organizer admitted that the weekend is just one big orgy.  Here’s his description:

The draw is it’s a bunch of masculine men in leather and gear, cruising for sex[.] … [W]e have a huge vendor mart, about 35 workshops and discussion groups on various things like BDSM skills, community and peer groups[.] … [W]e do a big showcase, a runway kind of thing on Friday night featuring the vendors and just some hot young guys[.] … It’s a live auction, right in the center of the lobby on Saturday night, of these three young men who have each had their [penis] cast in silicone – medical grade silicone, by one of our sponsors SquarePeg Toys.  And so it’s an auction with these nice looking guys and you actually get to take their [penises] home with you.

A “gay” website describes a similar BDSM event, “International Mr. Leather,” held at the Congress Plaza Hotel in Chicago in 2015:

The entire hotel is converted into a pleasure dome, with all sorts of kinky happenings, over the course of the weekend. The lobby becomes a buzzing, high-end leather bar, with the mild scent of rubber and rawhide lingering in the air. The ballrooms turn into dance parties, and the hallways are converted into cruising grounds. The whole building transforms into something resembling a bathhouse (but with nicer carpets and lighting)[.] … A room at the hotel costs much more than the typical bathhouse, but that was the biggest difference between the two.

Read more at American Thinker: What Has Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Wrought?