Kickstarter said the Gosnell horror film crowdsourcing campaign “went against community standards”. This was not called “censorship” and their civil rights weren’t “violated”.
Maybe the photographer should say it goes against his religious community’s standards.
Dennis Prager said that just because he is a lawyer, he doesn’t have to accept every client (especially those who’s action items run counter to his beliefs, such as litigating to legalize same sex marriage).
Anyone can refuse to do business with anyone else at any time. The tricky part is when you tell the person WHY you are refusing to do business with them. That is what gives them the opportunity to claim “discrimination”.
Just don’t tell them why, and you can do whatever you want.