Elane Photography v. Willock--reversing the facts
mtushnet at law.harvard.edu
Thu Dec 17 14:40:54 PST 2009
I hate to say this (again), but what if the answer is, "Sure"? Is it implicit in the way the series of questions is being posed that the question-posers suspect the people who support the decision of hypocrisy? And if so, is that a productive way to conduct a scholarly conversation?
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Sent: Thu 12/17/2009 2:54 PM
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Subject: RE: Elane Photography v. Willock--reversing the facts
I'm curious if those who support the decision in this case would feel
the same way if a gay photographer was sued for religious
discrimination for refusing to do the photographs for, say, a Mormon
wedding, on the grounds that he doesn't want to lend his artistic
talent to a ceremony sponsored by a church that opposes gay marriage.
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