Why do people think FADA is an anti-lgbtq law?

For those unaware. It's a law that allows religious people to decline services that directly violate their beliefs. To sum it up. If you went into a Christian bakery to buy some cupcakes they could not decline you service because of your sexuality. But if you requested a cake or catering for a homosexual wedding they could. The bakery isn't declining you service because of your sexuality. They're declining you because the service you requested is something that is against their religious. Stop victimizing yourself over non-existent discrimination.
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