In true Buzzfeed style, they're not actually questions, they're a bunch of complaints disguised as questions. That's fine. I just wished they titled it correctly. Needless to say, most of these complaints are stupid.
But I want to address the bacon thing. I live in a state with a lot of pork production
(which probably isn't the best idea from an environmental or health standpoint, but that's a topic for another day). Bacon is everywhere. People around here love bacon and stores cater to their preferences. Muslims generally avoid consuming pork, as do lots of Jews. But unlike Jews, every now and then there's a big fuss because a Muslim worker refused to handle or sell pork while working at an establishment that sells pork. Exhibit A
. Sometimes, it's the same deal for alcohol
, apparently. While they're of course free to decide what they willing to eat and drink, that choice doesn't override the customer's choice to purchase and consume pork or alcohol. Nor do they have to accept a job at a place that sells pork or alcohol if they're not willing to fulfill the requirements of the job (selling pork or alcohol).
So yeah, if you're a Muslim following strict dietary laws and you feel under siege by bacon adverts and second-hand bacon (seeing bacon, smelling bacon, being in the presence of bacon, etc), observant Jews and vegans feel your pain and can try to help you cope. Maybe form a support group or something. One day at a time, people. One day at a time.