by Greg Krehbiel on 22 April 2014
The logic behind the “you must bake a cake for a homosexual wedding” thing is that if you make your services available to the public, you can’t discriminate.
I was just thinking about doing a fiverr.com gig to promote one of my ebooks. In the description of the gig it says …
I reserve the right to refuse any title.
It makes perfect sense for her to do that. She has a twitter audience and a facebook audience and there are subjects she might want to avoid.
I can’t imagine she would object to one of my books, but if she were to, should I sue?
What if she was a Jehovah’s Witness and didn’t want to promote non-JW books? Or what if she was a vegan and didn’t want to promote books about meat? Shouldn’t she have the right to have those standards?
-- 2014-04-22 » Greg Krehbiel