Is it ok to refuse to serve gay customers?
japanfan 2010/10/31 00:38:07
The owners of an Indianapolis bakery refused to serve gay students. The students put forward an order for rainbow colored cupcakes and refused to be served by the owner of the bakery which is located in the publically-owned city market.
The owner said he refused to prepare a special order for a group that endorsed homosexual activity.
But now, the owner of the Just Cookies stand could face eviction. "That could be grounds for taking away their stand in the market," Wayne Schmidt, president of the City Market Board told the press. "I'd hate to lose them, but we can't tolerate any kind of discrimination like that."
Was it discrimination or should you be able to refuse certain customers? I personally think this was wrong and homosexuals should not be refused the right to buy cakes. But what do you think?
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