Private people who have a business open to the public may not discriminate. The key is a business open to the public. The public means everyone.

People can hate but they cannot act in public based on their hate. Hate in Private? That’s OK. Hate in your own home? That’s OK. Hate in your personal preferences is OK as long as you don’t act against someone.

The line not to cross is the line between your private actions and your public actions. In addition to protecting your Right to Hate in private, government will prosecute you if you act against someone in public. Business has more obligations because businesses get help from government so government restricts businesses. The right to privacy gets inverted between public and private. Government will prosecute business people when they discriminate in public.

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