Homosexuals Not Allowed in Newly Opened Bakery

Anti-homosexual bakery now open in Kemerovo, Russia. Only people supporting traditional marriage are allowed in the store.

An anti-homosexual bakery has been opened in Kemerovo, Russia. Same-sex couples are not allowed to be customers there. The owners call the business,Bread from a Russian Oven, by the Ipatov Brothers”. One of the owners of the bakery, Anton Ipatov, says that so far he has heard only praise about his business.

"If there is a fire on the ship, and everyone else is just going to bars and getting drunk, quietly minding their own business, then everyone will burn on that ship", explains Ipatov.

Homosexuals not allowed in this Russian bakery

The co-owner believes that the appearance of such a place is a reason to start talking about homosexuality. He says that homosexuals discriminate against normal people, in favor of perversions, radically undermining the system of family values.

"Ipatov adheres to this point of view for a reason, and submits to the laws of God,” writes one commenter.

One of the notable advantages of the bakery is its natural way of making bread. The manufacturer claims that the flour is ground by stone millstones, stored in wooden barns, and in general the wheat is environmentally friendly. Instead of sugar, the bakery uses honey in its bread and makes a yeast from real hops.

Sources: Krestyanskoe Delo and Fed Press 

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