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Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake
And the judges agree with your opinion - since they say the bakery was not refusing to produce the cake because the customer was gay, but because of the message he wanted on it. The bakery successfully argued that they would have refused the same request from a heterosexual person. The comparison you made is not “an extreme example” though, it’s just wrong and irrelevant. The message “F**k off n***ers” would be incitement to racial hatred and therefore illegal - so no-one could possibly say that anyone should have to produce a cake / banner whatever with that written on. While gay marriage is not legal in Northern Ireland (a whole other debate) is is not illegal to campaign in support of gay marriage. So the comparison makes no sense.
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