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Hello, lonely bird. Yes, I think it is really weird to want to work someplace where they do not believe the concept of equality in the workplace. All people should be able to follow their own religion, or political ideology. But in most situations, Majority Rules. And one must realize that you have responsibilities to uphold in any workplace. You must be able to DO the work that is required for you to do. You can't say your religion does not allow you to talk on the phone, or that you can't work anyplace unless you wear your burqua, and burn incense 2 hrs per day. You must adapt to the norms of the place where you work.
I like the example of the stewardess, who said she can't dispense alcoholic beverages, due to her religion. Well, then obviously she should NOT be working as a stewardess, since it is common knowledge that stewardesses are expected to dispense alcohol as part of their job. If you don't want to do your job, no matter what your religion is, -- then get another job ! There is NO reason, you MUST work as a stewardess, & then expect the airlines to change the rules for you.
In the case of Kim Davis, I've heard she only recently became her current "Religion" so it is not a lifelong tradition she is upholding. And one person said that she has been "married 4 times," so she does not strictly uphold a tradition of fidelity, or eternal vows. (Or the sacred agreement: "Till Death do us Part.").