A bakery run by a Christian family in Northern Ireland on Wednesday won a landmark case in Britain's highest court over its refusal to make a cake decorated with the words "Support Gay Marriage". The Supreme Court upheld the owners' appeal against a May decision that found them guilty of discriminating against gay rights activist Gareth Lee. The bakery called the ruling a momentous day for religious freedom in Britain while Lee condemned it as a profound blow for civil rights. That made me feel like a second-class citizen," he told reporters after listening to the verdict. Wednesday's ruling explained that the bakery's "objection was to the message on the cake, not any personal characteristics of the messenger, or anyone with whom he was associated.
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Men in both groups were on average 37 years old range 23—52 years , had smoked on average for 17 years range 3—34 years and were currently smoking on average 23 cigarettes per day range 10—40 cigarettes. The key findings of the focus groups were that smoking and going out to the gay scene strongly belonged together for participants and that attempting to quit was synonymous to attempting to abstain from the gay scene. Second, men were ambivalent about a group programme for gay men initially but became more affirmative with subsequent discussion. Third, the discussion indicated clear preferences for a programme specifically intended for gay men. A nonspecific programme was clearly rejected.