Tag Archive | Gay Cake Case

US: Supreme Court Hears Cake Case Arguments That Will Impact Anti-Discrimination Law

US: Supreme Court Hears Cake Case Arguments That Will Impact Anti-Discrimination Law

The American Civil Liberties Union appeared before the Supreme Court on Tuesday (5th December) in oral arguments for Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case that will have a widespread impact on the future of anti-discrimination protection in the United States. The case centres on Charlie Craig and David Mullins, a gay couple […]

Equality Commission NI Welcomes Court Ruling On Ashers Bakery Gay Cake Case

Equality Commission NI Welcomes Court Ruling On Ashers Bakery Gay Cake Case

The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland has welcomed the judgment given today in Northern Ireland Court of Appeal in Belfast in the case of Lee v Ashers Bakery. The case involved Ashers Bakery refusing to bake a cake for gay man, Gareth Lee, citing their religious beliefs as grounds for refusal. The court ruled that […]

NI: ‘Gay Cake Case’ Ashers Bakery Appeal Judgment

NI: ‘Gay Cake Case’ Ashers Bakery Appeal Judgment

Ashers Baking Company, the ‘gay cake case’  bakery who refused to bake a cake with Bert & Ernie on it for a gay customer, go before the Court of Appeal in Belfast, for a two-day hearing on Wednesday and Thursday this week, in a bid to overturn a decision made last year, which found they […]

NI: Ashers Bakery To Appeal Court Ruling On ‘Gay Cake’ Case

NI: Ashers Bakery To Appeal Court Ruling On ‘Gay Cake’ Case

Ashers, the Belfast bakery which had been found guilty of discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation last Tuesday, have now said they will appeal the judgment. They are being funded by the Christian Institute. Gay man Gareth Lee had asked that a cake be baked with a picture of Bert & Ernie on it, […]