Another business forced to close by gays


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Facists: Swamped by hate mail and threats from the gay community for refusing to photograph a same-sex marriage, a San Francisco couple has closed their business.

According to the SF Gate, husband and wife team Nang and Chris Mai of “Urloved”  were “flooded with hate calls, e-mails and accusations that inaccurately depict our business,” after the couple referred a gay couple to a photographer who would “share their personal beliefs” and “would provide them with the best service for their special day.” For that, “one of the men, who asked to not be named,” (real profile in courage, he) took to Facebook to bash the company and encourage others to harass the Mais. The post read: “Great shots but this company denied me and my fiance, a same-sex couple, from their services. Stand up and say something about it,” according to a Nov. 4 post. 

What is important to recognize here is that the couple tried to recommend someone else whom they thought could do a better job then them. They honestly explained that becaue they did not believe in same-sex marriages, they would not produce the best photos, and rather than do a bad job, they offered an alternative for the couple that would be better for them.

The response? Destroy them!

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  • wodun

    Democrats have moved from the position that people can have many different and conflicting thoughts about what marriage is to there is only one approved definition of marriage, theirs.

    I live in a blue state and all of my friends are progressives. My entire life, I have heard all of their views on why no one should get married or that you don’t need to be married in a ceremony or by the government in order to be married and I have been tolerant of those views even when the basis for some of them has been hatred of marriage even existing. It would be nice if Democrats extended the same tolerance shown to them, to people that they disagree with.

    Marriage doesn’t mean the same thing to anyone. It never has.

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