Here in Arizona, our Governor may sign legislation, that would allow businesses to not serve gays if doing so interferes with their religious beliefs.
My only take would be of course, silly. Obviously, if a baker or wedding photographer were asked to work for a same sex wedding, you could figure it out. Otherwise, two of the same sex walk into your business. Are the first words out of your mouth, “Sorry, can’t serve you?” That’s great for business. You know what they say though, about “Money Talks?”
I posted on Facebook a quip (though not funny for those involved), things could always be worse. It could be Uganda. There it is not just illegal to be gay (The other meanings of the word have now been rendered useless in the English Language). If you know someone is gay and don’t turn them in, you can be arrested.
Isn’t that a jolly set of events? Two of the same sex area walking together. Don’t touch accidentally! You could go to jail or worse. Even if you are family, don’t say you love each other publically. You see where this is leading? Where does it stop?
Then again, Uganda had Idi Amin, so I guess anything is possible.