There are two health food stores near where I live. One sells meat, and the other doesn't sell meat at all. The store that doesn't sell meat allegedly doesn't hire homosexuals, while the store that does sell meat does hire homosexuals. Who is more morally prohibitive; the store that sells meat and hires homosexuals, or the store that doesn't sell meat but discriminates against homosexuals? I'd say the store that sells meat is more morally prohibitive because they advocate the killing of countless animals and contribute to immense suffering; while the store that doesn't sell meat is only limiting the oppurtunties of a miniscule amount of people from being employed. Both are evil in my opinion though. What are your thoughts?