Mai-300x300A California couple has decided to shutter their photography business rather than be forced to shoot same-sex “wedding” ceremonies. Nang and Chris Mai operate Urloved Photography–that is, until recently, when the couple announced that it was discontinuing its business due to harassment from homosexual advocates over making a referral rather than agreeing to shoot a same-sex ceremony. “[W]e have come to a difficult decision that we will no longer be in the wedding photography business,” the Mai family writes on their website. “We are grateful for this experience as it has caused us to think about how our personal beliefs intersect with our business practices.” According to the San Francisco Chronicle, earlier this month, San Francisco resident T.J. Kelsall posted a status on Facebook that informed friends that Urloved Photography had declined to photograph him and his partner, Thai Lam. More