Actually, I don't have even the slightest problem with it at all. I do think they should have respected the fact that the definition has significant meaning for millions of people, and called it something other than "marriage", but that's water under the bridge.If you object to gay marriage, good for you (Though you really should get out of the past..)
You're correct, and if I owned a pizza joint, I wouldn't hesitate for a second to cater to a gay wedding... Gay money spends the same as straight money does.but it won't harm you to cater and give pizza to a gay couple's wedding,
Like I said, I wouldn't have any problem at all catering a gay wedding... But just as I respect the rights of gay people to believe what they want and live their lives any way they choose, I also respect the religious practices and beliefs of Christians, Jews, Muslims, etc... as long as those beliefs don't inflict physical harm, cause direct financial hardship, or jeopardize the lives of others.if you want to be a business that does that, well, luckily the public won't deal with it.
Last time I checked, nobody has ever been hospitalized, killed or bankrupted because they were deprived of pizza at a wedding reception.