The bakery and barber cases are different. The bakery refused service because they judged the customer as sinful. The barber wasn’t condemning his perspective customer. He was trying to avoid sinning himself. The case isn’t about him judging her or forcing his beliefs on her. If he employed a woman to cut women’s hair, would the lesbian in question still have been refused service? That would have made this case on par with the AZ bakery.
April 11, 2017