The small restaurant made national news after its owners publicly stated support for the new law; PFRA now legally allows them to refuse to cater to gay customers, the owners noted. The April 1 launching of the “Boycott Memories Pizza” page on Facebook (created by one hereinafter referred to as “BMP”) gives the public means to respond to this open discrimination.
Fortunately, I was taught from a young age that the Christian faith is not one for judging people, but one for forgiving people and treating them how you want to be treated.
We have yet to hear from the pizzeria, but it would be great if they would hear us out and understand that it's just not right.
The sudden popularity catches BMP by surprise, too.
I have not put any money into promoting the page, only posting as much as I can allot time for and sharing it with a few other pages. I had no idea how big it would get.
Remember everyone to be CIVIL! We are a cause, not criminals. We do not need to stoop down to a level this low; we can show our concern with passion and tolerance through boycotting! We know we're already winning the battle; don't put yourselves at risk trying to cheat it.
Maintaining these standards doesn’t mean that the page operator is intolerant of others’ responses, though. BMP also posted link to a NSFW spoof site using the restaurant’s name – www.memoriespizza.com – that was launched the same day.