See, this I don’t get. It is obviously a political message, done for a political reason, why would this be a case in the first place? Are people in Northern Ireland not able to decline based upon content?
Oh, right, it’s extra special because it’s gay.
‘I’m sorry, we declined the content that the customer wished to put on the cake. It was not something we wished to be associated with.’ Defending it with religion is just.. painful. It is like you have to justify it, which shouldn’t be the case.
I believe all businesses in Ireland can refuse service to tinkers, why would this be any different legally? It’s already allowed so this group has no legal standing-if the government were consistent.