You're absolutely correct! One problem, is that some people won't differentiate between the two.theophilus wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:48 amIt is both legally and ethically wrong to refuse to sell a cake to someone because he is gay. We do have a right to refuse to make a cake that promotes something we believe is morally wrong. There is difference between what a baker sells and who he sells it to.
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