A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests
A fascinating story has emerged from Hawaii. According to the Pink Paper, a couple from Los Angeles have filed a lawsuit against a bed and breakfast in Hawaii, claiming they were refused a room because they were lesbians.
The story has parallels with the B&B controversies in this country which saw the Equality Act goods and services provisions tested legally, politically and socially. It’s interesting to see a similar sort of testing in another part of the world, indicating the process that such laws perhaps inevitably, must go through.