Tastries Bakery Under Fire after Reportedly Refusing to Serve Gay Couple

Miller told the outlet that she’s Christian and because of her religious beliefs she doesn’t celebrate same-sex marriage. “The owner met with us today to set up the process”, Del Rio wrote.

Eileen Del Rio said in a Facebook post that she and her fiancé went to Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield for a tasting and to pick out a design for their cake but were told to go somewhere else once the owner, Cathy Miller, realized that her fiancé was a woman.

A California bakery is under fire after refusing to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple, and people on social media are outraged.

Miller said she refers lesbian and gay couples to her competitor, Gimmee Some Sugar.

A Bakersfield bakery is facing controversy after they reportedly refused to serve a gay couple.

The Supreme Court takes up the case of the Colorado bakery in October. “Oh but you want to take my order and give it another bakery so that bakery can do it”. Our business is God’s business, we work for him.

According to KGET TV 17, Eileen Del Rio claimed that she and her fiancee were discriminated against because they wanted a wedding cake testing, but were denied due to Miller’s religious beliefs that marriage is exclusively a union between a man and a woman.

But the owner of the bakery, Cathy Miller told a local news station she won’t support same-sex marriage and that doing so would be an affront to her morals.

“I’m really hurt by this”.

“It’s a hard thing to be in my position and know that somebody is requesting something that I can’t in good conscience do”, Phillips said on the June 29 show. “I shouldn’t be picked on because of my beliefs”, she says.

“The Founders envisioned a Nation in which religious voices and views were integral to a vibrant public square, and in which religious people and institutions were free to practice their faith without fear of discrimination or retaliation by the Federal Government”, he said, noting that the fundamental right to religious liberty is “Americans’ first freedom”. “The executive branch will honor and enforce those protections”, he said.

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