And the buyer has a choice to have a gay wedding or not.
TX Kevin

The whole “creative and artistic” argument was brought up in court by Barronelle’s lawyers. The court did not see that proving flower arrangements were sufficiently “creative and artistic” to warrant the same exception that, say, a portrait painter or a sculptor would receive.

It was also brought up that, even though Barronelle claimed “religious beliefs” for her refusal to “support a same sex wedding”, she conceded that providing flowers for a Muslim wedding was not “support for Islam”, nor was providing flowers for an atheist wedding “support for atheism”. Which made her whole argument that providing flowers for a same sex wedding ws “support for same sex marriage” disengenuous, and quite obvious that her motivation was bigotry.

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