Wedding vs Hater Cake

https://www.towleroad.com/2020/08/anti-lgbt-activist-orders-cake-with-hateful-message-from-lesbian-owned-bakery-then-cries-discrimination/

Anti-LGBT Activist Orders Cake With Hateful Message from Lesbian-Owned Bakery, Then Cries Discrimination – Towleroad Gay NewsAn anti-LGBT activist ordered a rainbow-colored cake with a hateful anti-gay message from a lesbian-owned bakery, then cried discrimination when his request wasn’t fulfilled. David Gordon, who works for the Michigan-based right-wing Catholic group Church Militant, ordered the cake last month from Good Cakes and Bakes in Detroit, which is owned by April Anderson and …www.towleroad.com

If you are truly incapable of distinguishing between an act of love and an act of hatred, then you need to sit down for a very long, very careful re-evaluation of your life.

If on the other hand you’re intentionally not distinguishing between an act of love and an act of hatred, then you need to sit down for a very long, very careful re-evaluation of your soul.

given that the religious relationship between the deity and the follower could be on the domestic abuse relationship checklist… they really are unable to distinguish.

Moderates and Apologetics are not True Beleivers

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In a way, I can admire the clarity of thinking of fundamentalist believers; they just believe whatever is told them, without question. It must be very restful to not struggle to understand, but just accept. I can understand the appeal … Continue reading →

religion is force of evil

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Religion is not a force of good or positiveness in the world. Religion doesn’t teach people to care for and look out for each other – as evidenced by the Mormon and Catholic Church’s continual efforts to prevent gays and … Continue reading →

Ordering Cake and Eating It Too

Posted on December 31, 2017by dykewriter

The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled against bakers who refused to make a cake for a lesbian couple’s wedding, upholding the fine against them. The case involved Sweet Cakes by Melissa owners Aaron and Melissa Klein, who told lesbian couple Rachel Cryer and Laurel … Continue reading →

Cake to the Pie Hole: Karmalicious

Posted on March 6, 2018by dykewriter

Bakers who refused to make wedding cake still trying to get out of paying damages Randomutation • 3 hours ago The claim that refusing to service a celebration of same sex marriage discriminates against gays is as illogical as saying that the … Continue reading →

Cake Politics: Ending the Rule of Law

Posted on June 5, 2018by dykewriter

That narrow Supreme Court decision may not stay narrow for long Nina Trygg • 2 minutes ago religion is now a get out of jail free card free to refuse service, deny rights, rape and murder and nothing remains narrow in law … Continue reading →

Services and Cake, who gets to order and eat it

Posted on August 27, 2019by dykewriter

Dear America: you were founded on the idea of freedom FROM religion. https://catholicherald.co.uk/news/2019/08/26/kentucky-supreme-court-hears-religious-freedom-case-over-lgbt-shirts/ Kentucky Supreme Court hears religious freedom case over LGBT shirts | Catholic HeraldThe Kentucky Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Friday in the case of a Christian … Continue reading →

Religion causes genocide and suicide

Posted on July 30, 2019by dykewriter

finally the headline I have been waiting to see https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-49150753 LGBT people are ‘being made homeless due to religion’ – BBC NewsNearly half of young LGBT people left homeless after coming out are from religious backgrounds.www.bbc.comShareEmoji 1 Alex Blue3 minutes … Continue reading →

Hatred has no moral grounds

Posted on August 14, 2018by dykewriter

Jeff Sessions spoke at a hate group summit & told them ‘You are not a hate group’ Susan D • 5 days ago If your organization’s “sincerely held religious belief” includes hating people, then yes, you are a hate group. … Continue reading →

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Bathroom Access and Dignity

Posted on February 3, 2019by dykewriter

This is the thing about rights they are not conditional on any other person’s value judgement.  everyone has a right to dignity to go about their lawful and private business and religion is a personal opinion, with followers now claiming … Continue reading →

Bathrooms: Private vs Public Access

Posted on February 3, 2018by dykewriter

Nina Trygg  VirgoVegan • 12 hours ago I once accidentally walked into a men’s bathroom and used the facilities and did not realize until I was at the sink, washing my hands looking in the mirror at the urinals on the wall behind … Continue reading →

Policing Public Bathrooms

Posted on March 5, 2017by dykewriter

Public Bathrooms are the place where children, women and vulnerable people are at at highest risk of being verbally or physically abused – and the vast majority of abusers are Heterosexual Men. Male violence against other males as primary competition … Continue reading →

Bathrooms and Elevators

Posted on January 1, 2017by dykewriter

Vulnerable and alone, often in off hours Bathrooms and Elevators are 2 of the most dangerous places also Parking Lots. It is frustrating for The Mainstream to villainize Transgendered people in bathrooms, because in reality – it is the transgender … Continue reading →

Fatty Fatty 2 by 4, Can’t Get Through the Bathroom Door

Posted on August 20, 2015by dykewriter

the taunting children’s playground refrain becomes a haunting voice the size of an average person in north america is larger now than 30 years ago, but clothing sizes are scaled to negative numbers and everywhere you go, the seats are … Continue reading →

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