That's correct. You have to remember, as I mentioned, that these are message crimes, and that the message is still heard, even if it's targeted at a place that is not traditionally frequented by a particular faith group. It's still heard by the people from that group, as well as by others within society. It reinforces the “other-ization” of particular groups and creates a sense of alienation and marginalization in those groups, even if there is no formal direct connection to that particular place.
On February 23rd, 2017. See this statement in context.