John is a hard work person, a restaurant owner and a good
citizen of Indiana State. He is a religious person who often comes
to the church in his hometown to drop a donation. But today
he comes to the church for a different reason.
In the confessional room, John is revealing
embarrassingly about the downturn of his business to the Father.
John: Father, my business doesn’t do well. After this I may have to stop donation.
Father: Um, I understand. Economy isn’t good.
John: It goes even worse after the Governor signed into
law, the ‘Religious Freedom’, to deny services to gay customers. Now I have
to tell all my customers to order food somewhere else. I have no business at
all. Father, what can I do with my business after this?
Father: Gay is minority. They can’t hurt your business.
John: But Father, don’t you know that majority are in closet.