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Another baker ordered to endorse homosexuality

From WND
By Bob Unruh    |    July 7, 2014

Government attorneys: ‘Remedy your illegal discrimination’

Following multiple similar fights in the United States over “wedding” cakes for homosexuals, including those in Iowa, Oregon and Colorado, a baker in Northern Ireland has been ordered to create a novelty cake with a picture of a couple of Sesame Street characters and the logo of QueerSpace, a homosexual “rights” group.


According to a report in the Telegraph, the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland has written to Ashers Baking Co., based in Newtownabbey, to give the company seven days to “remedy your illegal behavior.”

The government officials there claimed a decision by the bakery to refuse to create the cake amounted to discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation – even though homosexual “marriage” is not legal in Northern Ireland.

According to officials with The Christian Institute, which is working on behalf of Ashers, the cake was to be used for a pro-homosexual campaign.

And, the Institute pointedly notes, it is not illegal to refuse to endorse a political campaign.

“The McArthur family, who own Ashers Baking Company in the Belfast area, said they could not fulfill the order because it conflicts with their Christian beliefs about marriage being between a man and a woman,” the organization said.

The situation developed with “volunteer LGBT activist Gareth Lee asked for a cake to be decorated with the slogan ‘Support Gay Marriage,’” the organization said.

“He also wanted a logo of his campaign group QueerSpace and a photo of Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie in an embrace to be printed on the cake.”

The company’s manager and directors vetoed it.
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