Letitia James wants Colorado Supreme Court to force Christian baker to make cake celebrating Satanist's sex change

The customer also requested a cake with a dildo-licking Satan topper in celebration of Satan's birthday.


Letitia James wants to force Christian baker Jack Phillips of Colorado to make a cake celebrating gender transition for the same individual who requested a cake with a dildo-licking Satan topper in celebration of the Satan's birthday. In addition to posting her opposition to the baker's right to religious liberty, James is one of 18 attorneys general who filed an amicus brief in support of Autumn Scardinia, a trans-identified Satanist who dragged Phillips into court alleging discrimination.

"Masterpiece Cakeshop, a Colorado bakery, refused to make a customer a cake when they found out it was to celebrate her transition," James said. "This bakery has discriminated against LGBTQ+ people before, and I'm urging the Colorado Supreme Court to stop this transphobic discrimination." 

Masterpiece Cakeshop was targeted in 2012 by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission after the baker declined a request to make a custom cake for a gay wedding. He won his case in 2018 at the Supreme Court which held that the state of Colorado had acted with "clear and impermissible hostility" toward his religious beliefs, in direct violation of the First Amendment. The baker was targeted again over trans cakes in 2017.

"It's not complicated," James said, "denying services to someone simply because of who they are is discrimination, and it's illegal." In her view, a Christian has no right to retain his religious liberty in the face of trans Satanists. "I will always fight to protect the rights of our LGBTQ+ community and any community that faces discrimination or hate or any kind," James said of the baker denying the cake.  

The trans-identified male also claimed to be a "member of the Church of Satan." Scardina is a local attorney in the state of Colorado who sued the Masterpiece Bake Shop for not making a cake with transgender flag colors in celebration for Scardina's gender transition. 

In an amicus brief signed by 18 state attorneys general sent to the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday, including James, the AGs wrote, "Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington share sovereign and compelling interests in protecting our residents and visitors from discrimination."

"Like Colorado, we support civil rights protections for people belonging to historically disenfranchised groups, including prohibitions on discrimination in places of public accommodation." 

In 2018, Autumn Scardina requested the three-tiered Satanic cake in an email, saying, "The topper should be a large figure of Satan, licking a 9" black Dildo. I would like the dildo to be an actual working model, that can be turned on before we unveil the cake."

James' post has since been community noted with the Newsweek article about Scardina's Satanic cake request. James was met with backlash from many users for calling it a case of "discrimination" and that she was not upholding the First Amendment rights of Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop.  

Scardina v. Masterpiece Amicus Brief on Scribd

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