Several news reports in 2014 featured stories on bakeries that refused to make cakes for gay weddings.
In states where discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation is illegal, the bakeries, which identified themselves as being Christian-owned, had to pay fines.
Blogger Theodore Shoebat, who describes himself as a Christian, recently called 13 bakeries that were publicly known to be owned by gay people or that supported gay marriage (videos below).
According to The Christian Post, Shoebat asked the bakeries to make a cake with the message "Gay Marriage Is Wrong."
Most of the bakeries told Shoebat they would not make the cake with the inflammatory message, but a few said they would bake the cake, but added that Shoebat would have to write the anti-gay message himself.
When the bakers refused to make the cake, Shoebat accused them of discriminating against him.
Shoebat wrote on his blog, "This experiment proves beyond doubt that the gay agenda is not just about their freedom to practice a sexual orientation, but the suppression of free speech."
Shoebat also wrote on his blog: “'Support Polygamy' or 'Polygamy is Wrong' are views, yet the first which the Muslim supports and the second most Americans would never support, but both are opinions and are considered free speech."