Blah, blah, blah.On same-sex marriage, and on any aspect of gay culture, the Times doesn’t practice journalism, but rather publicity. But the Pew study indicates that this is a problem not only at the Times, but across the news media. The problem is that journalists don’t see it as a problem, because they cannot imagine that anybody could be against same-sex marriage for any reason other than bigotry, and they don’t believe they should be expected to be fair and balanced towards bigots.
The article you cut and paste creates an argument around the fact that there are gays "opposed" to marriage equality. But that sentiment is only reflected in the headline, since that is all most nincompoops like yourself are going to read. The very gay person that this article uses to try and demonstrate the "bias" it is trumping, is very clear, and is quoted as follows, "“I’m not saying that people who want that [marriage] shouldn’t have it but for me, all that matters is the legal stuff.”
So he is hardly "opposed" to gay marriage. There are lots of straight people that find domestic partnerships or civil unions acceptable for themselves, that doesn't mean they are "opposed" to other straight people marrying.
By the way, your post above includes lots of examples of calling things "problems" but never demonstrating why they have been labeled as such. In other words, your cut and paste demonstrates the very bias it is claiming to be able to demonstrate in others. But then, you were probably too stupid to notice that, given your zeal to try and show how you aren't really a bigot!!!!! But you are.