Again, it's not about selling pizzas.... it's about catering (and therefore, participating) in the wedding. Why should anyone be forced to participate in an event?I must be an idiot (I know I am from time to time but no need to agree with me, I know some people see me in that manner ) but why on earth would someone not want to sell a pizza to a gay person just because they got married?
Just because the religious right have claimed sole custody to the process of marriage is wrong. Just split it up to a civil union that is the "real marriage" and a seperate religious one that is open only to members of that religion and for which that religion has the sole right to decide who they marry and who not.
That would make it be possible for gays to marry and for religious organizations to decide who they marry and who not. Problem solved IMHO.
What gives someone a religious right to not sell food to someone? They are not approving of the life style of others just because they sell pizza's to a gay wedding ceremony IMHO. Sorry, but I do not see the problem in selling a pizza to someone who is gay, black, white, muslim, jewish, christian or whatever. Because if you have a pizzeria what is the problem with selling them to anyone who needs one and wants to pay? What does a person have to do in order to order a pizza? Do they ask
I would sell pizza to everyone who needed one, even if that person was a mormon or for crying out loud a scientologist. Pizza sales do not make you approve of someone's life style, religion or points of view. You are doing your job (but I still reserve the right never to watch/pay for a movie starring Tom Cruise but if he came to order a pizza I would even sell him one) when you are a pizza owning kind of a person you do what is necessary for the prosperity of you, your staff and your loved ones.
Sorry, but I am intolerant of intolerance when it comes to discrimination. I would hever discriminate someone religious and that is how it should be, why would religious people be allowed to then to that to other? Respect and love other like you love yourself is what religious should be about.