The High court in California has upheld the right of a Christian bakery not to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. But in the meanwhile an aggressive campaign to boycott the business has forced it to close.
Cathy Miller, the owner of Tastries in Bakersfield, was approached by a lesbian couple who demanded a cake celebrating their wedding, with figurines of two women on the top of it. Although Ms Miller sent them to another bakery where they could obtain it, the lesbian couple (who were undoubtedly LGBT activists being aggressive) sued for “discrimination” and won a huge damages award. Cathy went on appealing and has finally had HER rights as a Christian upheld by Judge David Lampe, who pointed out that Tastries has a right to freedom of conscience under the US constitution.
A cake that celebrates or promotes a certain belief is not just a cake: it…
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