"This scenario never happened, but if it did, it’s almost certain that the Christian ministry would not be traipsing off to the local human rights commission to file a discrimination complaint." That is the false assumption in the article. Given the faux-martyr syndrome I see constantly from the CLA & similar organizations, I am confident the hypothetical Christians in the article would be contacting CLA & the media immediately. Moreover, if the hypothetical "Tolerance 101" declined to print the t-shirts, they would be in just as much violation of the Lexington, Kentucky ordinance as Hands On Originals is. I notice the articl didn't argue that "Tolerance 101" had a moral right to refuse service, so what is the point of the article?