Bakery That Refused to Make Gay Marriage Cake Found Guilty of Discrimination

May 19, 2015

A judge ruled Tuesday that Ashers Bakery in Belfast “unlawfully discriminated” against Gareth Lee when the business refused to make Lee a cake that would have had a pro-gay marriage slogan on it.
"This is direct discrimination for which there is no justification,” Judge Isobel Brownlie said.


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