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That Is A Service...
Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:24pm

If I offer the service of custom made cakes, I have to sell that service to everyone.
There are laws about obscenity that protect bakers from having to write messages on cakes that are offensive, but if a gay couple asks for a standard message, like, "Happy Anniversary, Gary and Paul," the baker should be (and almost always is) required to sell them that service.

You are still trying to dodge the point, but I'll adapt it for you.

Not rare and exotic, then. Gluten free.

If I do not sell gluten free cakes, you can't demand that I sell you one. It is about the cake, not about the customer. If I don't offer pork bacon on the menu, then you can't demand that I sell it to you.

I don't sell it to anyone.


  • As long as they buy off the shelf thatSprout, Wed Jun 28 4:42am
    would be correct. But when we start talking about cakes for weddings they are CUSTOM MADE. No one said anything about a "rare and exotic" flourish. Simply pork bacon instead of turkey bacon.
    • That Is A Service... — Amadeus, Wed Jun 28 5:24pm
      • Couriers...Amadeus, Thu Jun 29 7:21am
        ...can't refuse to carry love letters between same-sex couples because they don't want to be seen as promoting homosexuality. Everyone understands that the courier doesn't know or care about the... more
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