Banning My Family Won’t Make You Free

Like many proud parents, I have chronicled my daughter’s growth on social media. People from all parts of my very diverse life have commented on photos and told me how much they have enjoyed seeing her grow from baby to high schooler. And yet, for all the affection they feel toward my family, some of them are still ok with states like Tennessee banning others like me from having this wondrous experience. Why? Because of an imaginary version of religious liberty.