With the recent passing by Gov. Mike Pence, of the religious freedom law in Indiana, everybody wants to boycott that state because gays might be inconvenienced a little.
Here's a religious freedom question: What if a skin-head demanded that a Jewish bakery make a cake in the likeness of Hitler with the words, "Sieg Heil!" in icing? Should the government force them to make it or go out of business?
Or how about if my dog is sick and I find a Muslim vet who for religious reasons handles every animal except dogs, should I be able to force him by law to treat my dog even though his religious convictions tell him that dogs are unclean and along with monkeys, are the genetic precursors of Jews?
Or should a Jew florist be forced by law to participate in the arrangements at a skin-head wedding?
Let me break it down for you: white Christians are so far down on the American caste system, which ranks the politically favored, that they can be made to do literally anything in violation of their religious ideology if that means a group higher up in the caste system is inconvenienced?
For me the line is drawn between the simple selling of a product off the shelf and anything including a service. Florists, bakers, and butchers all involve the proprietor performing a service for the customer that intimately involves them in the customers activity.
Anti-discrimination laws should apply more strictly to these off-the-shelf stores, but make allowances for service industry businesses.
If gay militants get their way, Jewish bakers can be forced to make Hitler cakes for skinheads, or close their businesses......that is unless the Jew baker is gay, then because gays are higher up on the political caste ladder, he doesn't have to make the cake. But if the skinhead is black and he plays the race card, then he wins because blacks still occupy the highest rung on the politically-favored caste ladder.