The Alliance Defending Freedom, a group that says they advocate for religious freedom and “the right to live your faith” took an excursion to the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
There, at a school that tends to have a very liberal student body, they asked some questions of the students.
Does a fashion designer have the right to turn down making a dress for Melania Trump?
They all were on board with that, yes, certainly the designer should have the right to do that.
What about a Muslim singer who is asked to sing at a Christian ceremony? Should he have a right to turn that work down?
Once again, they were all on board that forcing the Muslim singer to sing in that kind of a situation didn’t seem right.
But then the ADF asked about Christian photographers being forced to photograph a same-sex wedding, that’s where suddenly their beliefs in freedom to choose your work based on religion or conscience failed.
The ADF noted that for them, “it seems that the freedom to live and work according to your beliefs really depends on what you believe.”