I want it to be absolutely understood that the views I am about to write about are not my own. Someone I know raised the idea that if someone does not wish to provide a service to someone that desires them to create something against their personal beliefs, they should not be forced to do so. The case in point is the Northern Irish baker who was sued over their refusal to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan. The person argued that in theory, this means that you can also sue if someone refuses to make a Nazi cake, or a sexist cake or whatever else. Thus, people should be allowed to refuse to make anything that conflicts with their personal beliefs, including anything that supports the idea of gay marriage or homosexuality in general. So, reminding everyone that this isn't my argument, please debate and discuss.