Protest Motel Company's "Controversial Guest" Policy!
Let Your Voice Be Heard!
The Cendant Corporation, which franchises thousands of hotels and motels across North America, has issued a new "Controversial Guest" policy that discriminates against people on the basis of sexual expression.
"Controversial Guests" are groups that seek to rent their facilities for private conventions for consenting adults, and could include sexual expression activities such as cross-dressing, swinging and sadomasochism.
If you're controversial, you're not welcome.
Cendant has warned franchisees--including Ramada, Howard Johnson, Days Inn, Travelodge, Wingate Inn and Super 8--they could lose their franchise licenses if they allow these groups to hold events in their establishments.
Self-proclaimed "national interest groups" run by religious political extremists find alternative sexual expression by consenting adults objectionable to their anti-sex agenda. Groups such as the Concerned Women For America have pressured the Cendant Corporation to issue the "controversial guest policy" or face retaliatory action in the U.S.
Help the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom Foundation fight against prejudice and discrimination by signing our website petition.
Go to our webpage: http://www.ncsf-foundation.org/privacy.html or go directly to the petition at http://www.ncsf-foundation.org/petition.
You can help other ways too: distribute this Call to Action to your friends who support privacy among consenting adults. We need many signatures to be effective with Cendant. We also need the support of allies and religious leaders who oppose this discrimination.
NCSF will protect the Internet privacy of every person signing this petition. Therefore, your e-mail address will not be sold, traded, or shared with any other organization.