In response to Memories Pizza's now infamous refusal to cater gay weddings, protected under Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Zach Braff and Donald Faison have promised, on Twitter, to make you pizza "if you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana." They should have to make this pizza.
Indiana is the 16th most populous state in the United States, boasting 6.5 million residents. I bet a lot of those residents are gay, and probably a bunch of them want to get married. Zach Braff and Donald Faison should have to make pizzas for these weddings.
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) April 3, 2015
The promise to make pizza for couples in Indiana means nothing if it is empty, Zach Braff and Donald Faison. You are not heroes for speaking out against Memories Pizza—speaking out against Memories Pizza proves only that you are not monsters. Without coming through on your promise to make pizza for any gay couple who "really and truly" wants it at their wedding in Indiana—and I'm speaking to you solely now, Zach Braff—you are merely a liar, sitting on a speedboat, gaining social media buzz on the back of a law that plainly allows discrimination, your only positive quality being that you are not aggressively homophobic.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison: You should personally have to make all of these pizzas. For whom? Any gay couple in Indiana who really and truly wants pizza at their wedding. How many pizzas per wedding? However many it takes to feed all of the guests. Until when do you have to make all of these pizzas? Until you cease to walk the earth—you offered no end-date, which was your choice.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison: Make these pizzas.