Mark Hemingway writes at The Weekly Standard:
The Jewish lesbians in Chicago and the Christian baker in Denver seem worlds apart in terms of culture and beliefs. But it does seem notable that such disparate people would find themselves running afoul of an LGBT orthodoxy that doesn’t tolerate any dissent.
No matter how much people on the left might wish otherwise, these circles can’t be squared. If you’re onboard for “bake me a cake,” then you have to be okay with excluding the Jewish lesbians at the march in Chicago and the silencing of the reporter who dared to tell the world what happened. Because once you subscribe to the morality of “Who? Whom?” there is no limiting principle.