1. A bridal shop in Bloomsburg, Penn., reportedly refused to let a woman and her girlfriend make an appointment to buy wedding gowns because of their sexual orientation, the woman wrote in a Facebook post, leading many to excoriate the shop online.
3. The unidentified woman told WBRE that after calling W. W. Bridal, a shop worker replied that she could not make an appointment because catering to same-sex couples is “just not something they do.”
5. “We feel we have to answer to God for what we do, and providing those two girls dresses for a sanctified marriage would break God’s law,” store owner Victoria Miller, who identifies as Christian, told the Press Enterprise.
Miller has since hired a lawyer, Al Luschas, who “says his client has a ‘liberty interest’ in refusing to be involved in a wedding that violates her ‘firmly and honestly held religious beliefs,’” reports the Daily News.