Christian wins the right to refuse to photograph homosexual ‘weddings’

August 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Wisconsin Circuit Court announced Tuesday that it will rule a Christian photographer can declare her faith-based intent not to take photos at homosexual “weddings” because her business does not have a storefront.

The court said her online business would not be prosecuted under a Dane County law banning “discrimination” based on “sexual orientation.”

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  • UCSPanther

    About time!

  • bargogx1

    Victory!

  • Clink9

    Mighty white of you judge. Giving her a right that she was born with.

    • Maggat

      OH MY GOD! How could you possibly say – “mighty white of you”-. Off to the clink for you.

      • Clink9

        Guilty!

      • Minicapt

        … Fruit of the Loom whiteys?

        Cheers

  • ontario john

    Doesn’t she realize that homosexuals are the most important group on the planet. Its a good thing she doesn’t live in Ontario, or she would be charged with a hate crime.

    • andycanuck

      The most important 1% !!!

      • Alain

        If even. The MSM and the entertainment industry have been pushing the lie that homosexuals are everywhere and a lot more numerous than reality. I see them doing the same thing with trannies. The objective is always to make people believe they represent a much greater percentage of the population than they do and to normalise them.

    • Editor

      Isn’t it the trans this week?

    • Minicapt

      Imagine what she thinks of the trannies …

      Cheers

  • Alain

    Wow! Your freedom is allowed provided you do not have store front! When did freedom become selective in the United States?

  • andycanuck

    Good news although that “it’s only because she doesn’t have a bricks & mortar business office” is disturbing and needs addressing as well.

  • canminuteman

    I am glad that some people are prepared to fight, but the easy way out when approached to do a job you don’t want to do is these simple words.

    “Sorry, I already have another job that day.”

  • John

    I’m happy for her. If I don’t feel like photographing someone, then why the hell should I have to?

  • Gary

    So almost every City can have a Gay Village with gay stores and gay services , but don’t you dare run a business that conflict with your faith to not cover a gay wedding to take picture.
    How sad that their isn’t 1 gay photographer on Earth to fly in or even 1 in the USA. Can they be THAT stupid to not know how to load film and push a button .
    Maybe AIDS wiped out all the gay Photographers and Pizza Parlours plus bakeries.

  • Dave

    What is this “storefront” nonsense? A person goes into business to make money. If anyone so chooses to not make money, by refusing work, that is (or should be) their perogative. Also, what ever happened to “we reserve the right to refuse service”???
    Soylent green the lefties, circus animals need to eat too.

  • Malcolm Y

    Tecnicality; no real win.

  • Minicapt

    Fagotry should be limited to hammering iron.

    Cheers