The storefront in question is for a Print Shop. If the customers are ordering wedding announcements for Joan and Jane, that would be a good indication.
In Kentucky discrimination based on the sexual orientation of the couple is legal so there is no problem.
Does the AFA have credibility with anyone with a half a brain? They seem to be seriously irony impaired. While complaining that anti-discrimination campaign is bullying they have a a large portion of their website dedicated to their own "bullying" to get signs and media they don't like banned.
"...AFA is pleased to help citizens lead the battle in their community by providing a step-by-step guide entitled Glossy Garbage: What one person can do about offensive grocery store magazine covers"
"...The most common billboards are those placed by the local rock radio stations or adult oreinted business. History has proved to me that attempting to appeal to a business owner's common sense of decency will result in failure. If these business owners had morals, the billboards would no be up in the first place. You must be prepared to dedicate yourself to winning this battle directly to the billboard company. It will require hard work, but it is winnable...."
"When AFA called for a boycott of Home Depot three years ago because of its support of homosexual activist groups, I knew we were taking on a huge task."
"Pepsi TV ad pushes gay lifestyle
Best and worst TV advertisers
PTC finds increase in harsh profanity on TV
NBC spews toilet vulgarity over breakfast
U.S. Senate ignores indecency law
PTC, AFA condemn court’s reversal of Super Bowl fine
Teens love ‘Gossip Girl’
Filmmakers promise to monitor PG-13 TV ads
Is wholesomeness only skin deep?
Jane Fonda, NBC air vulgarity on Today show
ABC blindsides viewers with ‘f’-bomb
Violent TV linked to boys’ aggression
Study says sex, violence increasing on television
Media sexualizes girls, report shows
Majority of Americans believe TV is harmful
Court guts FCC indecency regs
FCC top sponsor of GLAAD-approved TV
FCC reports on kids, violent television content
PTC finds TV ratings faulty
Networks increase disregard, disdain for religious faith
Impromptu foul language allowed on TV news
NBC family-hour pledge ‘hypocritical’"
The anti-discrimination campaign reminds me of the beginning of the Not In Our Town movement.
"In 1993, Billings was rocked with a wave of hate crimes. The residents of Billings, the faith community, government leaders, labor, and community organizations pulled together to stand against hate and intolerance and to say: "NOT IN OUR TOWN". It was a movement that inspired a documentary series that has engaged communities around the world. We are here to carry forth and advance that legacy."