Being business owners themselves, pro-LGBT groups like BMP T-Shirts understand that you have some level of discretion with who you work for and what you make. As Christian Post reports:
“‘No one should be forced to do something against what they believe in,' said Diane DiGeloromo, one owner of BMP T-shirts, a lesbian-owned business, according to a statement issued by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which, along with scholars and businesses, came to the defense of Blaine Adamson, the owner of a Lexington print shop called Hands On Originals.
‘If we were approached by an organization such as the [controversial] Westboro Baptist Church, I highly doubt we would be doing business with them, and we would be very angry if we were forced to print anti-gay T-shirts,' DiGeloromo said. ‘This isn't a gay or straight issue. This is a human issue.'”
Let's hope that other liberals realize like DiGelomoro does that, to paraphrase Voltaire, you can disagree with what someone chooses not to say, but should defend to the death their right to not say it.