The pastry chef from Colorado again in court for refusing to bake a cake for transgender

Pastry chef-Christian Phillips

Jack Phillips refused to bake a cake, which was supposed to symbolize a sex change.

The pastry chef from Colorado, Jack Phillips again accused of discrimination for refusing to bake a cake for a transgender person, according to National Public Radio.

Pastry chef Christian has admitted that after the U.S. Supreme Court preserved his right to refuse making wedding cakes for same-sex couples, residents of Colorado began to attack, trying to get him to carry out orders that offend their religious feelings.

One of our clients was asked to make a cake for Satan, complete with the erotic toy. But the reason for the new charges was the request from a transgender woman, who asked Phillips to make a cake blue with pink filling. This was to mark the anniversary of sex change. On the phone she said that in a candy store don’t make cakes to celebrate a gender change.

After this incident, transgender appealed to the Colorado Civil Commission for human rights, who has acted with the requirement to consider the discrimination in court.

In June 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court considered the case of refusal of Phillips to bake a cake for same-sex couples. Then the Court found a violation of the First amendment to the U.S. Constitution which guarantees every citizen the freedom of religion.

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