All laws should be written to apply to all people equally. Congress must stop writing divisive laws that are targeted to single out one special interest group for special treatment that is different from everyone else. If a bill names or defines a special group that it will apply to, then it is in violation of the "Equal Protection" clause of the Constitution and should be defeated. Or would you support extending the same "protected class" privileges to people who claim to be born bigots, or born pedophiles, or born kleptomaniacs, or born pathological liars, or born pyromaniacs, or born sadists, or born rapists, or born murderers, or born cannibals, or born NAZIs, etc, etc, etc. I am sure all these special groups can manufacture studies claiming that they "are just born that way" and deserve as much respect as anyone else. Shall we have laws that prohibit everyone from exercising their Constitutionally protected right of free speech to warn against the dangers of these practices or to encourage the victims to change their lives? Should we have laws that prohibit airlines from "discriminating" against suicidal drug addicts who want to pilot airliners full of innocent people? Should we have laws that require banks to employ a certain number of kleptomaniacs in their cash vaults? Should we have laws that require pre-schools to employ convicted child molesters? The drive to give special privileges to special "protected classes" of people is diametrically opposite to the principle that "all men are created equal", or that all people are entitled to "equal protection under the law", or that laws must apply equally to all people.