Allow me to throw out an intellectual tidbit that just may ruffle a feather or two:
The idea of consent seems to be the ultimate virtue of the political left. Sex (as long as people consent, it’s all good), abortion (if the woman decides she wants it, it’s alright) are just a few examples. But when it comes to Christians in the wedding business who aren’t comfortable providing service for a gay wedding, some abandon the value of consent, instead favoring the government mandating them to do something in the name of a supposed greater good. Is the consent of the private business owner not important in this case?
…Philosophical consistency is key, ya’ll. It really is.
“And all things should be done by common consent“