The pair of lesbians who stirred up a hissy-fit because a bakery in Gresham wouldn't bake them a "wedding" cake (homosexual marriage isn't recognized in Oregon, anyway) never really had a leg to stand on - because as it happens, they were trying to violate the Constitutional rights of the baker.
The Oregon Constitution is also quite clear relative to the limits of government. Specifically in ARTICLE 1, BILL OF RIGHTS:
Section 3. Freedom of religious opinion. No law shall in any case whatever control the free exercise, and enjoyment of religious opinions, or interfere with the rights of conscience.
In other words, no matter how desperately they may want to force the baker to "accept and embrace" their homosexual "marriage", the Constitution precludes them from doing so. It's no wonder that so many on the Left want to redefine federal and state Constitutions as "living documents" that can be changed as they see fit.
Tolerance™, to them, means "approve of what I do, even if it conflicts with your values and beliefs".
Maybe next time, these folks should try a Muslim bakery.