Seems you are referring to the substantive aspect of the clause in the 14th amendment.
You have a valid point to be considered about equality and protection under the law. It is logically sound. Not sure you'll get anywhere using logic on government folk.
has to be done to reverse this terrible law. In other states where an anti-zoosexual law has been made, nothing
has been done to reverse them, and I'm hoping that trend will stop with New Hampshire, and that someone or some organization will fight this bulls**t law in court.
Part of the problem is the sheer ignorance of politicians: in every case, whether it is Alabama, Ohio or New Hampshire, legislative bodies vote unanimously
on bills that destroy the rights of zoosexual people, which is a disgrace. NH was no exception -- they voted unanimously on this terrible anti-zoosexual bill which became law in June 2016.
And there is a bad trend: every year, it seems a new state bans interspecies sex (involving humans): Alabama banned it in 2014, New Jersey banned it in 2015, and now NH banned it. There are only 9 states left with no anti-zoosexual laws. This needs to stop.
If the law stands and no one does anything to fight it or repeal it, zoosexuals will be stigmatized, oppressed, persecuted and (for those caught) have their non-human lovers stolen from them by police, be forced to pay the state money for their bigoted persecution efforts, be forced to go to jail, and be forced to go onto the NH sex offender registry.
I don't know about you, but this does not
sound like "Live Free Or Die" to me.
For now, zoosexuals in NH are probably going to start fleeing the state due to the persecution of this law, and those who may have moved there (including to help FSP) may have second thoughts due to the bigotry and discrimination of this new law. Starting on January 1 2017, zoosexuals will no longer be safe living in NH, when they are stripped of their rights and wrongfully viewed as "criminals" by the state.
Someone ought to get in contact with the New Hampshire ACLU and tell them to fight the law in court. I tried contacting them but they never responded.
By the way, in the close-minded discussions on the bill earlier this year in New Hampshire, not ONCE was an attempt ever made by bigots like Katherine Rogers to see things from a zoosexual's point-of-view, or to involve zoosexuals in the discussion of this oppressive and unjust new law; instead, zoosexuals were treated as automatic "criminals" (prejudice) and therefore a violation of the 14th Amendment, as you mentioned. Plus there was lots of anti-zoo propaganda as well (witch-hunting), and the lie that zoosexual sex is "animal cruelty".