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Public Accommodations Discrimination

In many states LGBTQ people are vulnerable to discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity in public spaces – that is, businesses, restaurants, public transportation, public parks, restrooms, and more. No one should be turned away or denied service just because of who they are or who they love. Read stories about people who have experienced discrimination in places of public accommodation.

See also: public spaces, businesses, restaurants, Open to All, service denial, turned away

Bailey & Samantha Brazzel
Kokomo, IN
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans
Brandi Ray & Michele Schmidt
Dickson, TN
Read More Stories By:  Campaign for Southern Equality
Sarah Huckman
West Ossipee, NH
Read More Stories By:  Freedom New Hampshire
Jessica Meadows
Terre Haute, IN
Nancy & Stephanie
Atlanta, GA
Read More Stories By:  Georgia Equality
Colton Southworth
Sandy Spring, GA
Read More Stories By:  Georgia Equality
David Mullins & Charlie Craig
Denver, CO
Read More Stories By:  ACLU
Gavin Grimm
Gloucester, VA
Read More Stories By:  ACLU
Kassi Willingham & Katie Sloane
Rock Springs, WY
Read More Stories By:  Wyoming Equality
Krista & Jami Contreras
Roseville, MI
Read More Stories By:  Beyond I Do, Equality Michigan
Cassandra Hefton
Miami Beach, FL
Read More Stories By:  SAVE
Eric & Ron Ebling
Owensboro, KY
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans
Kate Neal
Portland, OR
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans
Justin Hudgins & Ben Allen
Fort Worth, TX
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans
Randall Magill & Jose Chavez
Houston, TX
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans