I am not well versed in the details of this case....
Sun Dec 3, 2017 10:57am

but I am wondering if that solution was offered to the couple... that they could have purchased and put their own male figures on the cake themselves? It seems that would have been a very reasonable solution. Was, or why wasn't, it offered as a solution?

I could understand that the baker doesn't have to make halloween cakes, at all. But he does, or did, make wedding cakes. It was my understanding that he refused to even bake a wedding cake for them based on the fact that they were gay. Was the dispute over the type of decoration that we would or would not supply with the cake?

I don't agree that the baker was seriously injured. In the end, he chose to injure himself by discontinuing his practice of baking wedding cakes.

  • It's a very sticky situation, for sure.Sia☺giah, Sun Dec 3 10:36am
    There are valid arguments on BOTH SIDES. The baker certainly had his "conscience" to consider, but, my understanding is that he was VERY polite to them and offered alternative shops where they could... more
    • This Is About a wedding Cake, NotMerlin, Sun Dec 3 11:20am
      ;-) I don't buy that Christianity "draws the line" at baking a cake that is not part of the wedding ceremony will be eaten at a banquet hall, etc. after they are married. Mr. Phillips decided to make ... more
      • ALL wedding cakes are eaten in halls Sia☺giah, Sun Dec 3 6:38pm
        Personally, I think the entire thing is totally ridiculous as I don't believe that anyone should have an issue with baking a cake for anyone else and see NO REASON why anyone gives a crap who marries ... more
    • I am not well versed in the details of this case.... — wondering, Sun Dec 3 10:57am