Many people have heard of this case where a Colorado baker refused to make a wedding cake for two men wanting to get married because of his "Christian beliefs". The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the baker, but oddly left the laws of other past and future cases in rather unclear status. I for one think the decision was yet another mistake from the Roberts Court. It is sadly a common human reaction throughout time and cultures to have prejudice against people in the LGBT community, but society has evolved to learn to understand that this common reaction is nothing but literal bigotry.
People say "well it's his business, so it's his choice", but his bakery is open to the public, not just members of his church. Legally he couldn't turn away someone based on race, religion, age, or gender, so why are LGBT individuals okay to turn away? Explain the difference! Nobody became anti-LGBT because the Bible says so, they hide behind the Bible to support their anti-LGBT views. Not long ago, people used verses in the Bible to claim it was their religion to be against marriages between people of two different races. If the people who baked our wedding cake (I'm white and my wife is Asian) refused us service, I would have put them through legal and public humiliation because discrimination is never acceptable or excusable. And honestly, it's not the baker's business to know or care where his cake ends up. He could easily bake a cake for a LGBT couple's wedding and not know if he didn't know anything besides the name of one person and what they wanted their cake to be like.