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When it’s Gays who wont Bake the Cake

When it’s Gays who wont Bake the Cake

There has been a lot in the news recently about whether those in commerce should be allowed to not provide services on occasions when those services contravene their religion. The key examples of late, have been bakers who feel it would be sinful to bake a cake for a gay wedding. The debate reached a crescendo of sorts in February, with a law proposed in Arizona to award such rights to religious people. The law has often been referred to as the “religious freedom” law, but it’s sometimes been referred to as the “anti-gay law” despite it apparently not mentioning homosexuality at all. The proposed law was eventually defeated.

Anyways, there is now an example of the same thing, basically in reverse. It’s a gay hairdresser refusing service to someone who opposes gay ‘marriage’. Whether this relates to religion or not, Im not sure, but I find it fascinating!

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