Why One Wedding Photographer's Response to a Homophobic Client Went Viral

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Following Friday's historic Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriage legal across all 50 states, Florida-based photographer, Clinton Brentwood Lee, decided to show his support by changing his company's profile picture using Facebook's rainbow filter.
But not long after making the switch, Lee received a message from an unhappy client that read: “Greeting Brentwood. We would just like to inform you that we will NOT be using your service for [our] wedding. My fiancé and I support traditional marriage between a man and a woman and don’t want to our money going to places that supports otherwise.”Lee quickly took to social media to share the client's message, along with his epic response: 
The post has now received over 5,000 loves on Instagram and another 86,000 likes on Facebook, where Lee has been thanking supporters for their kind words and apologizing to potential clients for delayed replies regarding his photography services (his inbox appears to be very full these days).
In his Instagram comment, Lee adds "The only thing I wish I had changed on this photo screen shot is where it says I support 'Gay Marriage'. While I 100% do, I wish I had just said that I support marriage opportunity for all. We shouldn't have to call it 'gay marriage' like it is something different. It's just marriage." Power to Lee for standing by his beliefs and the right for all people to marry whomever they love!
Thanks to Brentwood Photography, #lovewins once again.
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