Loving v VA was a case about equal rights WRT marriage.<quoted text>
1) No, Loving v VA was about ending all race-based legal restrictions on marriage in the United States, not gay marriage. Stop tactic #2'ing, right now.
Then quit being a hate filled bigot.2) We object to the misuse of the word to define anyone who opposes the
legitimization of homosexuality as a hate-filled bigot.
Can you define any differences between racist and non-racist opposition to all white people?The universal inclusion of all opponents as homophobic is of course not emphasized. Homosexual activists publicly associate this label with violent “gay bashers” and hateful fanatics. When gays use the term, they want people to think about the killers of Matthew Shepard, but in conventional practice they include every man, woman and child who believes homosexuality is abnormal or wrong. Secondly, the term defines opposition to homosexuality as a mental illness. homophobia is a nonsense word invented by “gay” as a rhetorical weapon against its
opponents. It lumps together all opponents as mentally-ill “gay bashers” and, in doing so, declares mainstream doctrines to be harmful and illegitimate. It is fallacious and specious. Abuse of language is a dangerous thing.
3) It is not "phobic" at all, it is sensibility. And can you define any differences between homophobic and non-homophobic opposition to homosexuality?
Equality will prevail.4) No, it won't. Common sense will prevail.