LGBTQI atheists, nontheists, and friends

Nontheist lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people & friends.

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  • Daniel W

    It seems obvious the guy is a provocateur. and probably a bully. And a complete ass. Is he making a valid point? Now that cakes are a means of publishing, like books, and blogs, anyone who limits free speech on a cake is in trouble. It is not the baker whose speech is up for debate here - it's the customer / author. I have wondered why it's OK to force bakers to write things on cakes, they don't beleive in, on their cakes.

    I belong to a gardening website that restricts what people can say - no cursing, no racist speech, etc. I guess the website has rights that a baker doesn't have.

    Can you force a baker to bake a cake with a picture if that prophet whose followers blow up people and buildings? Not the same thing?

    Or maybe, they cant refuse a cake for a gay wedding, or a KKK rally, but they cant be forced to write a message.

    Time to have a "Decorate your own damn cake" bakery?
  • sk8eycat

    Not a bad idea....bake the cake, shape it, and do the basic icing, and give the customer everything they need to write whatever they want.  If they mess up, it's not the baker's fault.

    I've seen some ugly stuff "created" by professional bakers on those silly-ass timed contests on Food Network before the whole thing became too disgusting.

    There are no-talent nobodies in every field.....the TV is across the room behind me, and I can hear the brainless audience cheering a jump that barely got off the ice.

    Gack!  I'm outta here.

  • Daniel W

    There's cakewrecks.com. I can't link right now.

    The baker could do everything but the actual text. Maybe someone can invent a cake - printer, sort of like the dog tag machine at Petco, Type in your message snd it spits out a cake-o-gram