The state of Georgia has a lawsuit to fend off, after denying a man's request for a personalized license plate saying "GAYGUY."
But legally speaking, did state officials infringe on Cyrus Gilbert's rights, or did they make an allowable judgment call pursuant to an established regulation?
Gilbert, an openly gay man, asserts that his rights were violated in his quest for a vanity license plate. After all, so many people have all sorts of personalized vanity license plates reflecting their affiliations and identities, right?
Apparently, homosexual identity doesn't make the cut in Georgia.