Will a Muslim baker make a cake for a "Democrat Gay Wedding"
The most effective way to find the answer to your question is to either phone around or call into such establishments and ask.
If one or more refuse to fulfil your order on religious, ethical or moral grounds then you could insist that the Equalities & Equal rights Commission prosecute the offending party/ies.
That remark doesn't answer Chinaman's question.
WILL a ''Muslim baker make a cake for a Democrat Gay Wedding''.
The laws pertaining to this matter are unambiguous and should be followed.
Whether or whether not other categories of people such as white supremacists, Chinese traveling jugglers, left-wing loonies or Eskimos should have ''A SAY'' is immaterial.
And yet we have no legal obligation (thank goodness) to do so. I work at a Chick-Fil-A and we have refused to serve individuals based on their behavior in our restaurant or towards our employees. The company has the ultimate say in who they serve and who they don't for WHATEVER reason. however, they risk losing business if they don't serve people. So, it's a checks and balances thing.
You're taking away freedom when you insist that businesses serve everyone that comes in their doors. The government never had the right to insist that and never will.
IN the UK and Ireland we have anti discrimination laws. So, for example, if a clearly gay man (flamboyant dress, typically camp, holding hands with another man) comes into a shop, and asks for a cake, the establishment has a legal obligation that means that it cannot refuse to sell it to him purely on the basis of his "gayness" (except where the request is to overtly inscribe this cake with a political message that the owner does not agree with) -- he must sell the customer a generic cake despite the fact the customer is gay.
However, if the customer becomes aggressive or abusive, the establishment has every right to refuse as he is behaving in an un-peaceful manner.
And the reason that this kind of law exists is to stop businesses from promoting bigotry or racism or segregation of any kind, whether it be "no blacks", "no Irish", or "no queers".
People rely on businesses to provide goods. If a supermarket chain suddenly said, "you know what, gays are vile, and we ain't serving them", it encourages others to take up the mantle, as well as relegating a portion of society to a place where they can't easily get access to goods and services. Thereby, making them second class citizens by ability to access vital products. Imagine if, in Texas, one of the most hardline right wing states, businesses simply said "no muslims". A lot of people in Texas would probably support that. And all of a sudden, you have an entire state that makes Muslims second class citizens. Or let's say it was rednecks, and large swathes of Massachussets suddenly said "we don't serve rednecks". Suddenly rednecks become second class citizens. And what does that kind of discrimination lead to if not hate, conflict and segregation?
Your concept of freedom lacks responsibility, I'm afraid.
But America is still a young country. It's a bit of a reckless kid that hasn't figured out why we have rules and regulations ... hopefully it will get there some day.