References: #The Post and Courier
Folly Beach bans discrimination based on sexual orientation
If you're gay and someone who wants to visit or live at Folly Beach's community, it just became harder to be discriminated against — at least openly so.
Joining Charleston and Columbia, Folly Beach has become the third South Carolina community to ban discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation.
Charleston passed a similar ordinance in 2009.
Also protected are a person's age, sex, nationality, color, religion, family status, and disability.
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