This is an entry from Not Always Right;
(I'm a manager at a technology store and a lesbian. There are two men holding hands and giving each other little kisses every now and then, a woman who is trying her hardest not to look at them, and a mother and her five- or six-year-old daughter, all waiting in line. The two men get to the register.)
Man #1: "Hi, we were wondering if you do wedding registry here?"
Me: "No, sorry, we don't. But my wife and I found when we were doing our wedding registry stuff that if you find a shop that doesn't do a registry, just write down the SKU numbers so people can come in and—"
Woman: "Come on, none of us have time to be dealing with your little gay pride bulls***! None of you should be getting married anyway. It's a sin!"
(I start to open my mouth, but the little girl stomps her foot and gives the woman the meanest look I have ever seen.)
Little Girl: "That's not nice! You say you're sorry, right now!"
(The woman is taken aback, but is not done with her rant.)
Woman: "I will not apologize to sinners! What they are doing is wrong! God hates people like—"
Little Girl: "No! Girls can like girls and boys can like boys. If God wanted boys and girls only to like each other then he would have made them only like each other! And don't you know God loves everyone, even boys who like boys?!"
(The woman and the little girl look at each other for a good 10 seconds until the woman drops her items on the floor and storms out. The mother, the gay couple, and I are all speechless. Like a total boss the little girl takes the expensive robotic toy from her mother and walks to the counter.)
Little Girl: "I want this, please!"
Man #2: "My soon to be husband and I would like to pay for that."
Me: "And wouldn't you know it, we give 50% discounts to amazing little girls here!"