Fairbanks, Alaska, just passed an "anti-discrimination ordinance."
The bad news
The exact phrase one doesn't want is in there.
"Sexual orientation means actual or perceived heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, or asexuality"
You know, the basic text that says "this so-called 'equality' measure is actually a human rights violation."
The good news - for us
The text "religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, familial status, disability, or national origin" was replaced with the text "age, etc."
tl;dr - we are now a protected class in Fairbanks, with special, non-equalitarian rights sadly. The zoophiles and necrophiles, as well as some less common stuff no one knows the greek for, still get it.
I'm... not sure how I feel about that. 'n if the "humping your dog across the tundra" jokes are the same on this side of that insignifigant strip of water (tsuka p'ila'aute), it's a direct declaration of violence against the native populace. Conversely...
...they're being fairly reasonable to the arctic natives almost directly contrapolar.
I... have to admit, I mostly feel almost universally confused.
I also note that I feel very, very icky arguing about being discriminated against regarding the age of my heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality, and would probably be concerned with the age of my marital status (currently single/relationship/partnered/married) instead to avoid it. But, having age in there... is also friendly to the arctic natives of the other side. I know. I've traveled with the folk.
This is... seriously confusing.