The Supreme Court is hearing a discrimination case where a Colorado bakery refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. The bakery says it would violate their religious beliefs. The couple says they are being discriminated against.
It's an interesting case that has sparked a lot of debate and really raises some interesting questions. What do you think? Do you think the bakery should have made the cake? Should the bakery be forced to make the cake? Should the gay couple have simply gone somewhere else?
Yes, discrimination is wrong. But, where is the line between discrimination and personal freedom? There's a lot of directions this can go and we'll talk it through and bring it to a fair conclusion.
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