Interesting prediction. How long will you have to live to know whether that is true?<quoted text>
Nice try with all of your drama comparing the alleged problems of gays to the struggle for civil rights for blacks, but yours is a ludicrous comparison.
When were gays enslaved in this country? When were they beaten with fire hoses and chased by police dogs? When were the gays forced to sit in the back of the bus? When did the gays have to drink from separate drinking fountains, sit in the back of theaters and restaurants, or forced to attend separate schools?
When were gays forced to marry someone of the opposite sex? If they felt pressure to do so by society, that's their own fault for choosing to lie and marry someone they didn't love. They could have remained single.
Gays spend an awful lot of time creating drama and exaggerating persecution. You can pass laws in all 50 states legalizing gay marriage, but it will never be a real marriage. The heterosexual divorce rate may be 50%, but the gay divorce rate will be 99%.
Because homosexuals cannot "accidentally" procreate and ruin their relationships with unplanned offspring, my guess is that they may actually have a bit lower divorce rate and/or longer lasting marriages.
But getting back to your comment that gays are creating drama and that their struggle is not in anyway to be compared to slavery.
Well, did you not see that my post did not refer to slavery? It referred to the lingering effects of prejudice long after slavery was abolished.
Black, Latino, Irish, Italian, i.e. anyone who dared to be born into a category that the WASP considered undesirable, have been subjected to all kinds of subversive kinds of prejudicial behavior. Many who were not really WASP, often passed as such as long as they could because of the benefits that could only be obtained by associating with such a group. For example, bank loans for businesses, social clubs to make business connections, etc. Unless you are in that category, or have an ability to feel empathy, you have no idea to what I am referring.
I suspect that you have little in the way of empathy, just an educated guess.
Civil Rights belong to all. You cannot quantify such a concept. If you try to measure suffering or injustice, you have completely lost your way and obviously have no ability to think in a manner that resembles logic.
You might benefit from some sensitivity training. Because if you think that somehow abolishing slavery fixed all problems with prejudice and injustice, you are wearing a blind fold 24/7.