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One thing queers really know how to do is to bully other people. Very few homosexuals actually want to get “married” but when they do, the first thing they do is go out and find a Christian bakery and demand they make a cake to celebrate this travesty of marriage. They just want to impose their own warped ideas on others and force participation. If they can bankrupt a business run by good, decent normal people they will be jumping up and down with glee.
Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer. lied atrociously, claiming that a refusal caused them to suffer physical harm including “depression, hysteria, impaired digestion, weight gain …” Rubbish! They are greedy and wanted to get the enormous financial damages awarded under a rotten law.

The Kleins were subjected to a homo-fascist mob that boycotted their business, threatened other wedding vendors and subjected their young children to death threats.

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Since 2014, the McArthurs. a lovely Christian couple who run a bakery in Northern Ireland, have suffered a litigation nightmare, since they turned down a request from LGBT activist Gareth Lee to bake a cake bearing the words “Support Gay Marriage”.

At this time, same-sex marriage was not legal in Northern Ireland, and it has never been democratically legalized since (it was imposed by the authoritarian decree of the Westminster Parliament against the will of the Northern Ireland people.)

Gareth Lee set out to entrap and humiliate the McArthurs, because as soon as they politely declined, on the grounds that, as Christians, they did not support this view, he sued them for discrimination. At first, he won and was awarded compensation. The judge at circuit level absurdly commented that to be discriminated against “because he was gay” was “humiliating, hurtful etc etc” whereas in fact, for the Ashers to be bullied in this way by an aggressive activist, and subjected to a lot of hate mail, was humiliating and hurtful.

After a four-year ordeal, the McArthurs got justice from the UK Supreme Court, which in 2018 correctly upheld their right not to be forced to say something they did not agree with. Compelled speech is a violation of the individual’s human rights. They had refused the contract, and would have refused it whoever brought the request, so this was not “discrimination”.