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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Thomas Peters
Supporters of same-sex marriage are taking their fight to new venues daily — first to the courts, then to state legislatures, and now to bakeries.
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He also argued that business owners are not discriminating because they're willing to provide services for gay individuals, just not those related to gay marriages.
"This begs the question of whether marriage itself somehow represents sexual-orientation discrimination," Mr. Peters said.