Like I said, I respect your opinion, all I ask is that you respect mine. Dancing we dance for laughter we dance for tear ballet poster I wish you all the best and hope for nothing short of many blessings in your life. But no one forced anything. Owners choose where to live, to open a public accommodation
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well I wont be reading leviticus considering that is old testament and that would also imply the rest of the old testament laws still apply and were all going to hell anyways… But I do have to say, the Baker chose this business. He opened in the public and chose what to serve. If he cant serve the public, Dancing we dance for laughter we dance for tear ballet poster he should have rethought his business or his menu. I cant stand Christian’s now a days. Does that mean I shouldnt serve a Christian in my restaurant?
No, that’s ludacris. also, the Baker did not just refuse to put two Male figurines on top. He actually specifically told them he would not be making them a wedding cake and that they can help themselves to another pastry in the store. Either way you go, it is still wrong to try to force someone to go against their beliefs. If the baker was Muslim, I would not try to force him/her to make a cake that supported Christianity. For me the whole thing boils down to respecting other people’s beliefs whether you agree with them or not.