Imagine being refused housing because of who you are. Or told you’re too gay to stay in a hotel. Or turned away from a restaurant on a date.
That’s what Northern Ireland would look like if the powerful Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) were to get their way. They want to add an anti-gay clause to equality laws that would allow businesses to refuse service to lesbian, gay and bi an people.
I think that's just not right, so I've joined All Out in speaking out. The DUP has asked for feedback on their anti-gay amendment by February 27. If we can get to 200,000 signatures before tomorrow, this could become one of the biggest consultation submissions a political party in Northern Ireland has ever received.
Can you add your name before tomorrow? Together we are showing that refusing service to gay people isn’t OK. Not in Northern Ireland. Not anywhere.