Give Lively LLC, a fundraising platform for non-profit organizations, has denied membership to the pro-life organization PRO LIFE MAN because "the organization does not align with Give Lively's Value Statements."
Those "Value Statements" can be seen here:
Furthermore, you agree that you will not use the Platform or Services to:
(i) discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of your activities, programs, or operations. These activities, programs, and operations include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, employees, interns, selection of volunteers, vendors and contractors, and provision of services,
(ii) advocate against or deny the rights of women,
(iii) advocate for the sale, ownership, and/or civilian use of assault weapons, weapons of war, high capacity magazines, automatic weapons or any mechanism that can convert a firearm into an automatic weapon, or
(iv) disseminate hate speech or dangerous speech, promote or incite violence online or offline.
"Non-profits should have access to the best technology." says CEO David DeParolesa.
That is unless your are advocating for the rights of preborn sons & daughters.
Give Lively is apparently a leftist organization, and going by leftist's standards, displayed in the Colorado baker case, shouldn't businesses serve everyone? If the baker should bake a cake for everyone that walks through his door lest he be sued, should Give Lively be sued for not serving every non-profit that walks through their door (applies)?