Anti-gay activist complains bakeries won’t make ‘gay marriage is wrong’ cake
An anti-gay activist has complained he was rejected by bakeries when he tried to buy a cake with the words ‘gay marriage is wrong’ on top.
An equality activist in Ireland was turned away when triyng to order a celebration cake with the slogan “Support Gay Marriage” on.
Mr Shoebat called around bakeries which were owned and operated by gay people – but was ‘surprised’ that owners refused to back his anti-gay message.
One worker told him: “We don’t do cakes, we do cookies. We’re a gay cookie shop, so we don’t think that’s going to work.
“Is this like a prank phone call? I don’t want to do that, because that’s hateful. I’m a married lesbian – almost everyone here is married or in a serious gay relationship. It’s bulls**t, I’m sorry.”
However, she eventually concluded: “If you want to be hateful, and ignorant, then sure, I’ll make it for you. I’ll put a big dick on it too.”
Another said: “I apologise, but we don’t support that, because half of our staff is gay. You have a great day.”
A third told him: “I don’t feel comfortable writing that – but you can buy a cake and write on it yourself.”
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