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The latest example of the erosion of religious liberty comes as a judge recently ruled that the owners of Christian online dating service Christian Mingle.com, Spark Networks Inc., must begin including gay persons as part of their dating pool to pursue same-sex relationships.
Because the dating website didn’t allow new users to specify their search to include a seeker status for gays looking for same-sex relationships, two gay men decided to sue the site’s owner claiming the limited, heterosexual options violated the Unruh Civil Rights Act – a California anti-discrimination law that requires businesses to provide, “full and equal accommodations” to people regardless of their sexual orientation.” As a result, not only will Christian be forced to include and accommodate homosexuals as part of their dating service, Catholic and Adventist Singles Connection.com, two other Christian-oriented dating sites must also include gays in their relationship-seeking pool of dating hopefuls.
So Christian matchmakers, cake makers, photographers, florists, gift shop and venue owners, pizzerias, bed and breakfast owners, bakers, pizza shop owners, carpenters, and other Christian-run businesses and organizations have been targeted, harassed, retaliated against via prosecution (which in many cases has forced closure) and/or legally required to engage in activities that contradict their religious faith for the sake of legitimizing homosexual behavior through a secular and sexualized agenda.
This cultural and judicial coercion isn’t simply relegated to Christian family business owners.