No one is being sued for failing to "attend" a same sex wedding ceremony, Brian. Why do you lie?Being sued for failing to serve and attend a same sex wedding ceremony isn't about failure to RSVP.
Those being sued fro refusing to provide goods or services they purport to be in business to provide the general public as public accommodations are being sued for violating anti-discriminations laws.
No one's free exercise of religion is infringed because running a business isn't an act of religious worship nor is it an expression of faith. For Christians to refuse to obey civil laws is an act of hypocrisy since it's contrary to the command found in the Christian new testament to obey civil authorities and civil law. They can only claim this as a violation of their religious beliefs if they ignore what the scripture of their faith commands them to do.The issue is religious freedom, the right to refuse to participate in a religious ceremony is as important as the right to worship as you please.
Providing goods and services as a business deemed a public accommodation isn't "participating" in religious ceremony, Brian, whether for a same or opposite sex wedding. And again, are you asserting these business owners would willingly sell their goods ad services if the wedding was a secular rather than a religious ceremony? If so, that simply changes the discrimination from sexual orientation to religion.
Why do some Christians always use their religion as a justification for bigotry and discrimination, Brian? They did the same thing when they defended slavery and racial segregation too. It's cowardly to hide your bigotry behind a false claim of religious freedom.Same sex marriage is the death of freedom in the name of ersatz gender equality.