The strongest case for recognizing gay marriages is that it's none of my business if two people of the same sex choose to love each other and decide to get married. (I'm not making the case supporting or denying gay marriage, only that this is the strongest argument of which I am aware.)
Given that, it would seem that if gays want people to respect their rights and beliefs, they should be inordinately sensitive to the rights and beliefs of others. Apparently, that's not always the case.
[T]he New Mexico Court of Appeals upheld a ruling that found Elane Photography of Albuquerque guilty of sexual orientation discrimination for declining to photograph a same-sex commitment ceremony.
The ceremony was for two women in Taos, and the court agreed that Elane must pay almost $6,700 in attorney’s fees to the complainant—even though the couple found another photographer to record the event. The owners of Elane Photography had declined to photograph the ceremony because the message communicated by the ceremony conflicted with their Christian beliefs.