Oregon Bakery Which Refused To Bake Gay Wedding Cake Gleefully Bakes Cakes For Ex-Gay Torture Organization
Remember Sweet Cakes by Melissa, the “Christian”-owned bakery, that closed its doors earlier this year after its owners Aaron and Melissa Klein were found guilty of violating LGBT people’s rights by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries by refusing to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple in 2013.
Well the bakery, now called “Sweet Cakes,” continues to exist as an online business and is gleefully baking cakes now for “ex-gay” organizations!
The Advocate, reports that the “online bakery” recently posted a picture on its Facebook page of some goods that it recently made for the Restored Hope Network, an ex-gay organization, saying in the caption “Cakes for Restored Hope Network. What a wonderful ministry!”
The Restored Hope Network is run by a self-identified “ex-lesbian” Anne Paulk, whose ex-husband John Paulk founded the ex-gay ministry Exodus International and who earlier this year admitted that he is still gay and that reparative ex-gay therapy doesn’t work in a Newsweek magazine article.
Self loathing lesbian Anne continues to claim that gay people can be changed into straight people, and recently posted on the Restored Hope Network Facebook page which I hope that you all will visit and leave a message.
And in case you are wondering Sweet Cakes still doesn’t bake wedding cakes for same-sex wedding. But they are willing to provide baked goods for celebrations of divorces, unmarried parents, stem-cell research, non-kosher barbecues and pagan solstice parties.