And like the baker. What guarantee is there that the product will be good enough?
I know if I’m forced to take the pictures, i would ‘accidentally’ delete the best ones.
If I recall in the baker’s case, the state didn’t even recognize same sex marriage. How can it be criminal to deny a cake for a “wedding” in a state that doesn’t even legally recognize the marriage? The customers were free to buy a cake, just not a wedding cake. There was no denial of service.
A book publisher can reject a manuscript and a printer can deny your book/magazine publication on the basis of personal objection.
There is no reason to “hide” behind bad work.
If we don’t face this evil head on, we are part of the problem.
I would make sure they were ALL out of focus. Oh well, my camera must have had a problem. So sorry.
That would hurt your business and they would sue you for destroying their day.
I understand the sentiment but IMO its not the answer.
Give the fags a generic, white cake, with nothing on it, and say “we don’t decorate cakes, sorry”. If they demand the cake be decorated, say “get the hell out of my store, I told you we don’t decorate cakes, get out now or I call the cops”.
Better yet...call in sick that day..I am sure, someone at the “wedding” has a cell ph camera/
“And like the baker. What guarantee is there that the product will be good enough?
I know if Im forced to take the pictures, i would accidentally delete the best ones.”
I would never demand a person perform a task against their will. Who expects good results from that? I’d ‘accidentally’ forget the sugar in the cake. I MIGHT forget to add my own Fido’s special chocolate, just to be nice. Otherwise crappy cake takes on a whole new meaning.