The dreaded gay-wedding-cake saga ends: bakers must pay 135 K

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    Forever. Gays have been using the appropriate gendered restrooms your entire life. Nothing has changed since they can now legally marry. If you want to shower with your spouse, you now have equal access to gay marriage and can do so at your pleasure.
     
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    Pop's meltdown continues.

    He is outraged that he is not allowed in the women's locker room, outraged that there are now gender neutral bathrooms(apparently not noticing the gender neutral family bathrooms that exist in most major venues) and just really outraged that gay people can get married.
     
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    Bump (for entertainment value)
     
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    You enjoy taunting homophobes?
     

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