Stewart argued that nobody should be forced to write specific text that they disagreed with. "It was not because it was a gay couple that they objected, it was not because they were celebrating some sort of marriage or an agreement between them," said Stewart. "It was the actual words on the cake they objected to. Because they found the words offensive." He continued: "I would support their rights to say no, this is personally offensive to my beliefs, I will not do it."Highly logical, Captain.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Capt. Picard torpedoes mandatory gay-wedding cakes
See Patrick Stewart backs bakery after 'gay cake' court battle,