- Babyfur, Carer
Agreed, once you get down to the details. However, both cited religious/moral principles as their reason for refusing. It just comes down to how much one wants to ignore to try and make their point or disprove the argument of another. Sorry for nitpicking, but far too many just see the larger picture, in this case refusing based on views, which leads to laws that are too broad and can be exploited by either side.This is true, but those two aren’t equivalent scenarios.
Which is why some, like me, would still make the product. The part we have issues with might not be "obscene" to everyone but should we be forced to do that step ourselves if it, or we feel it, violates our beliefs/morals/views?The first is entirely about the product, but the second one has to do in part because of the customer.
Thank you Caterpiller for providing a better way to discuss the issue without getting bogged down in some things.