New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez needs a new hairdresser — or a new stance on gay marriage.
Martinez was recently dropped by her hair stylist, Antonio Darden, who is gay.
Darden told a local news station that he cut the governor’s hair three times, but won’t do it again as long as she continues to oppose gay marriage.
Is it okay for a photographer to decline a client, involving taking pictures for a gay wedding? Is it okay if she is sued for doing so?
Is it okay for a gay stylist to decline a client because of their political stand? Should it be okay to be sued for doing so?
(for the record, I believe that a private business owner should be able to live out their conscience, no matter what side of the fence, without fear of a bankrupting law suit.)