THE NEW TOLERANCE: Couple fined for refusing to host same-sex wedding on their farm.

“We respect and care for everyone!” Cynthia Gifford told me. “We had an openly gay man working for us this past season,” she said.

“We’ve had a woman who’s transitioning to be a man. We don’t discriminate against anyone.”

Way to miss the point. This isn’t about toleration. It’s about complete submission.

Cynthia Gifford took a life-changing two- to three-minute phone call in 2012 from a woman she’d never met, Melisa Erwin, who was looking for a place to hold her wedding. A wedding — to another woman.

Gifford said she told her, politely, that she would not book a same-sex wedding ceremony at the farm.

She didn’t know it at the time, but the woman’s then-fianceé, Jennifer McCarthy, recorded the conversation. The pair then filed a formal complaint with the state Division of Human Rights. And this past August, an administrative law judge from The Bronx, Migdalia Pares, decreed that the farm was a “public accommodation’’ and ordered the penalties, after ruling that the Giffords had violated state law by discriminating against the two women.

All who disagree shall be destroyed.

Earlier: City Threatens to Arrest Ministers Who Refuse to Perform Same-Sex Weddings.