reply to post by Brood
Sorry, we don't make cupcakes, just cookies.
They could use that excuse since their business is cookies and not cupcakes. The question is, are they going to be set up by someone in the future?
What if they get a call for gay cookies, (lmao about "gay cupcakes and gay cookies").
The business owners will refuse to cater to the gay again as I see it.
When I first read the article, the first thought came into my head they were set up for this. I was thinking maybe the business owners have been heard
to say they prefer not to do business with gay people.
I don't think that's the case now but I do see trouble ahead for the business owners. Whatever their fears are for not serving gay's, they should
address it. If it is a religious thing, they should already now we are to obey the law of the land. If they are not serving people bc they are gay,
that is against the law, then the law will step in.
My personal opinion ... they should be left alone. If I knew a business refused to serve blonds, I would leave them alone.
People need to move on, if no one is being harmed physically, let the prejudice do their thing quietly.
Eventually the negative emotions will catch up with them. They should be wished the best by gays and everyone else. Live and let live if they aren't