I recently had a conversation about 'religious freedom' legislation.
I thought I would list out some thoughts here.
Religious Freedom is a Right already guaranteed. You may think and believe what ever you desire.
However; secular society, which we must be, in order to fulfill that guarantee of religious freedom for all, decides the rule/law of that society.
In the simplest example: Feel and believe that all [insert demographic here] are heathen pigs and must die.
Here, this secular society, you may not act on that. If you do; prepare for the consequences.
In fact; secular society not allowing such legislation actually protect all of religion.
Chuckle; I've said before, isn't it ironic that at least here in the US, it is secular society that stands up and speaks for all (religions).
Without us; it'd be WAR.