Anti-gay activists on Monday applauded a Supreme Court decision declaring that some for-profit companies may block their employees' access to certain birth control methods.

Hobby Lobby challenged the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) requirement that insurance health plans include coverage for FDA-approved contraception, arguing that the law violates the company's religious freedom.

(Related: LGBT groups “troubled” by Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision.)

“#HobbyLobby may help protect businesses from those pushing counter-biblical #LGBT lifestyle & anti-Christian agenda,” tweeted Matt Barber of the Christian conservative Liberty Counsel.

Americans for Truth About Homosexuality President Peter LaBarbera tweeted a similar sentiment to his 3,815 followers.

“LGBT Left has been winning in the courts, but now we have hope that SCOTUS will honor small biz conscience exemptions on homosexuality,” he wrote.

While the justices specifically noted that the government has a “compelling interest in providing equal opportunity to participate in the workforce without regard to race,” they did not include a similar citation for other categories, including sex or sexual orientation.