A lesbian baker in Detroit got an anti-gay cake order. She baked it anyway.

Then she read the rest of the message: “I am ordering this cake to celebrate and have PRIDE in true Christian marriage,” the customer said on the order form. “I’d like you to write on the cake, in icing, ‘Homosexual acts are gravely evil. (Catholic Catechism 2357).”

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“I said wait a minute and I handed my phone to Michelle and said, ‘Can you believe we got this order?'” Anderson told TODAY Food…

Anderson said she thought about whether she should bake the cake and decided she did not want to refuse Gordon service.

“I didn’t mind making the cake, but I also felt his purpose in ordering the cake was he wanted to troll us and to say we were being discriminatory to him. That’s exactly what he wanted,” she said. “I know there have been cases where LGBTQ have sued bakeries for not making wedding cakes and all the courts say if you provide a service, you can’t discriminate. We make cakes. I can’t discriminate and say I won’t make the cake, but I can choose not to write homophobic comments.”

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