Cakes and Guns

Cakes and gun, two things that really shouldn’t have shit to do with one another, but for the sake of this blog post I’m going to unite them. In a perfect world none of us would need laws to dictate how we treat one another. No one would be disqualified from a job based on race, religion, or sexual orientation. People of color wouldn’t be passed over when trying to purchase a house in a certain neighborhood. Gays wouldn’t have to worry about being beaten up in the streets for what they are.

Sadly, we don’t live in a perfect world. The Federal Government has had to step in to enforce basic human rights for minorities. In 2016, I really wish this wasn’t the case. I wish we could just be without having to be forced to play nice, but it’s just not the case.

I personally could give two flying fucks what religion you are. I don’t care if you like dick in places that I don’t like dick. I don’t care if you want to cross dress in public, put on lipstick, and go by a new name. I don’t care if you want to change your sex all together. I don’t care if you’re Muslim, Christian, Jewish, or that weird Hollywood shit with the spaceships. It doesn’t affect my life.

Not. In. The. Fuckin. Slightest.

No one should be able to refuse business based on any of these things in either direction. If I’m Christian and in a bind, I should be able to run over to a Muslim store and buy what I need to without the worry that I’ll be turned away. Just like no homosexual person should be refused service from a restaurant or gas station.

Oh but, what if I don’t believe in gay marriage, why should I be forced to participate in such a thing? Last I checked, you weren’t exactly invited, motherfucker. You were just asked to bake a fuckin cake. You weren’t asked to come in and gives one of the two participants away in holy matrimony.

Let me put it this way, if you make a product. Lets just say a gun for example and you sell that product should you be held liable for how it was used? As a generalization, most people who have an issue with gay marriage love the Second Amendment so this is why I’m going down this road. If you made a gun and someone used it in a way that you didn’t appreciate should you be held responsible for it?

No, right?

So why do you feel you’re condoning or supporting gay marriage in this case? What’s the difference to you? By no means do I feel that being gay is bad, I’m just following the this line of thinking that many people are having at the moment and would love to hear people’s thoughts.

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