Junior Burchall, writer and father, is putting his face and words behind an amendment to protect homosexuals under Bermuda’s Human Rights Act. This campaign is looking to add sexual orientation to the list of protected traits. The Two Words and a Comma website explains:
The campaign to amend the Human Rights Act is called “Two Words and a Comma” because that is just about all it would take to add sexual orientation to the list of protected grounds in Section 1/2/2 which defines discrimination. A full draft amendment will be available soon on this website.
Head over to Two Words and a Comma to learn more about the campaign to amend the Human Rights Act, and also for a list of countries which have anti-discrimination laws to protect LGBT people.