Letter to the Editor: Picking a fight

Posted 8/29/18

I have gay/transgender friends, but I have little sympathy for Autumn Scardina because it is patently obvious she/he went looking for a fight. Masterpiece bakery has been headline news for …

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Letter to the Editor: Picking a fight

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I have gay/transgender friends, but I have little sympathy for Autumn Scardina because it is patently obvious she/he went looking for a fight. Masterpiece bakery has been headline news for months. If I knew a business has a history of not wanting to do business with people of my background, regardless of what it might be, race, gender, sexual preference, ethnicity take your pick, I would avoid it. I would NOT want to give them my business.

Instead she went there knowing in advance that they would likely have problems with the request. This isn’t about raising awareness, this is called ‘picking a fight’. As children we were taught not to pick fights, clearly Autumn never was taught that lesson.

G R Kar,
Arvada

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