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Phoenix Pizgatti

Phoenix is the Co-Founder of DontComply.com, ComeAndTakeItAmerica.com, and host of the Don't Comply Radio Show.

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  • Sean Meehan

    Actually, tolerance for discrimination and hate isn’t required by law or morality. Achieving justice through consistency is the reason we have laws, the author should learn how to interpret them, it might improve the collective moral compass of this website.

  • Dan

    Considering the letter put forth by Ms. Theallet, she, and her company, may have been working under a contractual agreement. Most contracts have termination clauses that both parties can utilize, sometimes at-will as the letter seems to infer.

    This relationship would be different than a brick-and-mortar business, like the bakers example the author mentioned, that is “open to the public”, which must provide business to the general public (rather than a non-public, private club which does not).

    If she was under contract, as most fashion designers use, and used a clause within the agreement to terminate it (or if it was already set to expire upon Michelle’s exit from the White House), there would be no illegal discrimination nor legal challenge that could be successfully mounted against her.

    Unless the author has knowledge and evidence of whether the fashion designer worked with the White House as an “open-to-the-public” type business rather than under contract, this article’s allegation of discrimination may not apply.

  • Pollos Hermanos

    From what I understand, nude models aren’t covered under non-discrimination laws like sexual orientation is. Melania has no case to file a public accommodation suit.