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Monday, July 20, 2015

Christain bakers Raise 372000 dollars on fundraiseing for refusing to bake cake for lesbian couples

Two years ago, Christian bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of the bakeshop "Sweet Cakes by Melissa," did not agree to bake a wedding cake for lesbians Laurel and Rachel Bowman-Cryer, saying doing so would violate their faith.
This prompted the lesbian couple to seek damages before an administrative law court in Oregon, claiming that they were discriminated against by the Christian bakers. The court eventually ruled in favour of the lesbian couple. In its ruling, the court ordered the owners of the pastry stop to pay some $135,000 in damages to the lesbian plaintiff, the bulk of which was supposedly to compensate for the emotional suffering the Christian couple allegedly inflicted on the lesbians.
The Christain couple that refused to bake cakes for lesbians
This prompted the Christian bakers to seek financial help online through the crowdfunding website "Continue To Give," which describes itself as a "faith-based giving platform" for "churches, missionaries, nonprofits, individuals and adopting parents." On their fundraising page, the Christian couple stated that they have been "struggling financially ever since they were forced to close the doors of their bakery." They also said that their income has been "cut in half" following the incident with the lesbian couple
The best thing in life is to stand your ground, know yourself and define your faith as thhis can be the only thing that pays, compromising will not help at all

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