Is there something wrong with my definition? You have yet to tell me where it is in fact wrong.I am not here to humor you. Go find a dictionary. Probably not one so influenced by classically liberal philosophers.
Again, if someone was to sue these individuals for failure to serve them are you arguing that they are not asserting in the court of law that they have a right to an involuntary servant?How am I forcing them into service? They chose to do business in a state with a non discrimination law. They can go elsewhere. A slave can't leave. Your hyperbole is astonishing.
You don't seem to support the central axiom of libertarianism; in that, that no man or group of men may aggress against the person or property of anyone else. Your support of anti-discrimination laws is in clear violation of that principle, and your denial to answer very obvious violations of that principle is very telling that you do not in fact agree with it.I find it odd that your idea of being a libertarian is that everyone has to agree with your ideas of what makes someone a libertarian.
Exactly. It was not known what the cake was to be used for. That is exactly my point.It was a contract for a wedding cake. I am pretty sure that its purpose was known. It just was not known it would be used at a same sex ceremony.