But still, that image makes many, many people feel extremely uncomfortable. Maybe the government has to step in. But if they do, the policy seems to be rather selectively enforced, doesn’t it? How about when Hooters refuses to serve anyone who is a Mayor who is a serial sexually inappropriate actor? How do eateries refuse service to people with no shirt or no shoes if it’s not illegal to go barefoot or without a top? (For men, at least.) For a less silly example, how about when many cemeteries refused to bury the body of the Boston Marathon bomber? Funeral homes tend to frequently be smaller, family run operations just like photography studios, often run out of people’s homes. Could they be sued for refusing service? If so, I never heard of anyone suggesting it. But in this case, because the photographer turned down the job for a gay wedding, they have now lost in court at every level and will pay for it in cash.
Yeah, right, Jizz.
You’re comparing apples and Apple Macs here.
Would it be okay with you for them to turn down a mixed race wedding because the couple was, uh, of different colors? Unless and until you can come up with an answer that doesn’t reek of self-serving socon bigotry and bullshit, you’ll pardon me if I find your argument here to be mostly horseshit.