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Couple Behind Supreme Court Wedding Cake Case to Receive VH1 Trailblazer Honor

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Couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins will be recognized for fighting against LGBTQ discrimination. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for the gay couple. Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips cited religious beliefs in his refusal. Despite their loss, the pair continues to receive support from the entertainment industry. Seth MacFarlane, Judd Apatow, Sandra Lee, and more publicly shared their disappointment in the ruling. Craig and Mullins will be honored for their fight against LGBTQ discrimination at the 5th Annual VH1 Trailblazer Honors. The couple are set to receive the Everyday Trailblazer award.

Added on the 21/06/2018 15:05:04 - Copyright : Wochit

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