Co. baker refused to write anti-gay words on cake

So, let me get this straight. It’s okay for HIM to discriminate and hate, but it’s not okay for the bakery to discriminate against him and refuse to spread his hate. That’s rich.

DENVER, Colo. – A Colorado bakery is under investigation for religious discrimination after a baker refused to write anti-gay words on a cake.

In March of 2014, a customer named Bill Jack requested several cakes in the shapes of Bibles from the Azucar Bakery in Denver, Colo., according to the bakery owner, Marjorie Silva.

Silva says Jack pulled out a piece of paper with phrases like “God hates gays” and requested her to write them on his cakes.

He wouldn’t let employees make a copy of the paper and would not read the words out loud, Silva claims. The bakery owner also says the customer wanted an image of two men holding hands with an “X” on top.

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4 thoughts on “Co. baker refused to write anti-gay words on cake”

  1. This example, along with the previous lawsuit against the baker who refused to make the cake for the gay couple are both affronts to liberty and the freedom of personal thought and they are perfect examples of how this type of ‘anti-discrimination’ law with the associated frivolous lawsuits is destructive to the autonomy and freedom of the individual-there are plenty of other bakers out there, who would be glad to have the business of both of these parties.

    1. I agree, but it’ll be an even worse affront if this pro-Queer business owner isn’t busted and punished similarly to how the anti-Queer business owners have been.

      1. I completely agree! I’m just saying that a biased application of wrongheadedness is worse than a more egalitarian one. Then, I believe that a business owner should be able to refuse service on any grounds or no grounds as he or she sees fit, including each and every one of those prohibited by the various “civil rights” laws.

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