Homosexual Bakeries Discriminate Against Heterosexuals
You’ve heard the stories of bakers, flower shops, photographers, and wedding venues that have been sued for not doing business with same-sex couples who want to marry.
Homosexuals have worked overtime to make such rational, moral, and First Amendment determinations illegal. People who don’t give into the tyranny are often fined or threatened with prison time.
In order to show the blatant hypocrisy of the homosexual movement and the preferential rights homosexuals have received by force of law, heterosexuals requested from bakeries owned and operated by homosexuals and asked for cakes with a pro-heterosexual message on them.
The results are interesting and telling:
“Testing their true spirit, Theodore Shoebat set out on a quest with his website crew to see how bakers advocating homosexual behavior respond when asked to bake a cake for those who don’t reflect their progressive views on homosexuality. But before going into their findings, Shoebat showcased the sheer lack of tolerance that lawsuits and subsequent rulings have demonstrated against those who refuse to support the homosexual agenda due to their sincerely held religious convictions.”
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Shoebat contacted 13 popular bakers that publicly support same-sex marriage and requested a cake that included the following message: “Gay marriage is wrong.” “Each one denied us service, and even used deviant insults and obscenities against us,” Shoebat reported.
Some of the comments on websites that have reported on the story argued that it was the message on the cake that was the sticking point. If these heterosexuals had only asked for a cake, then there would not have been any opposition.
The homosexuals “argued that the slogan ‘Gay Marriage Is Wrong’ is not the same thing as ‘Support Gay Marriage’ as if an opposite view of a view is hateful.” There is no difference. To call for the support of same-sex marriage is to deny its opposite. There’s no neutrality. The homosexuals want their cake and to be able to eat it.
Being forced to participate in a same-sex marriage by baking a cake for a same-sex marriage is by definition a message. Bakeries that refused to make cakes for same-sex weddings point out that they had baked cakes for people they knew were homosexuals, but these cakes were not about same-sex advocacy.
“Remarks such as ‘Go away’ and ‘We won’t serve you’ were amongst the more tame responses, which graduated to expletive-laden tirades condemning the potential customers for their ‘intolerance.’
“‘One baker even said that she would make me a cookie with a large phallus on it just to insult us because we are Christian,’ Shoebat continued. ‘We recorded all of this in a video that will stun the American people as to how militant and intolerant the homosexual bakers were.’
“And the outbursts didn’t stop there, as many of the homosexual business owners receiving the potential orders gave Shoebat callbacks condemning the prospective clients for making such ‘insensitive’ requests.”
I don’t recall any of the businesses that refused to service same-sex weddings acting like these homosexual bakeries did.
“Now of course we honor their right to say no; this is not the issue, but what about honoring the Christian’s right to also say no?” Shoebat posed. “The big lie of the homosexual agenda is this: They claim that they are only fighting for equality and tolerance.”
So much of liberalism is a one-way street. Tolerance only drives one way — the liberal, no tolerance for contrary opinions.
Consider this response. It’s no wonder that homosexuals don’t understand the proper function of their bodily organs:
“‘Are you aware that we gays have larger brains, superior cognitive functions, spatial memory and verbal skills?’ an LGBT-supporting baker said to Shoebat on the phone in response to his order. ‘It’s a biological fact of life.’”
The true “biological fact” is that men and women have different sex organs that enable only heterosexuals to reproduce.
The moral and legal double standard is all around us, and the courts refuse to take note of it.