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“I'm a lesbian, but have strong religious relatives that I would not invite to my wedding b/c I know how they view my relationship. For example, I would not ask my cousin, who is a Baptist pastor, to do my wedding. I would ask the pastor, of another congregation, whose daughter is also a lesbian, and has done many other gay weddings. It's more of a knowing who is friendly with gay marriage, or other religious sects, and who is not. Should they be able to deny me service? I'm still up in the air on that one for the reason I stated.”

From a Green in Chenango Bridge, NY
In reponse to: Should a business be able to deny service to a customer if the request conflicts with the owner’s religious beliefs?

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