The Chick-fil-a argument is specious, because when chick-fil-a is closed on sundays, chick-fil-a is closed to everyone. A person deciding to ban a thing from a store is not the same thing as banning a person from your store. A business could decide to ban you for wearing a hat. Take off the hat, and go on in. It's a little harder to take off the black, or the gay. Not in the state of Colorado he can't. Sexual orientation is protected exactly the same way race is, by law. I suspect that this trans person already knew this and that may have been the point, I've read that this person is a lawyer of some sort. The real question to be asking, is why would someone go into legally recognized business and then decide not to follow the law? Is this baker going to decide that following health code law is against his religious beliefs next? When you open a business you are agreeing to operate by the laws set forth by society. It's not against the law to be a dick, but it is against the law to discriminate, and that's what he's doing. Were I a gambling man, I'd bet that the reason this has become an issue again is that this totally not gay cake decorator may be facing some financial issues. And you know what? I hope so. Fuck him. Let him and his business become the martyr he so desperately wants to appear to be. A white, male, heterosexual, Christian oppressed for his beliefs. In America. Fucking L. O. L. He sure won't get my money. The same way I refuse to shop at Hobby Lobby, or to spend money at Chick-fil-a.