A Kansas City printer has refused to fill an order for t-shirts for a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) club.

According to the Kansas City Star, Rod Lindemann, the owner of Rod's Sporting Goods in Blue Springs, refused to print shirts for the GSA club at Blue Springs South High School.

The shirts were to include the message: “Why is it that as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two men holding guns than holding hands?”

Lindermann said he refused the order because it would feel like he was condoning gay marriage.

“Marriage is ordained between a man and a woman,” he said.

“I am a man who walks my faith. God calls me to love all, but he doesn't call me to be comfortable with things that I don't see as God-pleasing,” he added. “I won't sell out for a dollar.”

Seventeen-year-old Bailee Webb, the president of the GSA club at Blue Springs South, said she was disappointed with Lindermann's decision. The group found another printer to fulfill the order.

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