Wedding dress designer rejected lesbian brides


Tiffany Allen and Angel Lane are brides-to-be from Missouri and they wanted a wedding outfit from a New York designer for one of them. But as the designer found out they were going to marry each other, the order was declined. Dominique Galbraith of D. Auxilly said in an email explanation that making a wedding dress for a lesbian was totally unacceptable for her as it went contrary her faith in Christ. “I believe Jesus died for our sins so that we would live for him according to His Holy Word,” she wrote, later adding that the two ‘should reconsider their views taking in consideration that Jesus died for them”. She wrote that she understood that it felt right for them because they love each other, but God was able to give them even more love if they accepted Him. Allen said, “I hurt because I feel like we weren’t good enough.” She added that she had Christian friends who love her and her fiancée and who tell them that God loves them too, because He loves all His kids and makes no mistakes. Although Missouri laws do not prohibit discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, laws in New York do


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