1.) I'm sure there is homosexism. I don't participate in it. I'm not the one on here insisting that heterosexual relationships are "natural" but homosexual relationships are "unnatural". I pretty much believe that a person's pretty lucky if he or she is in an adult, consenting, unrelated relationship--gay or straight.<quoted text>
"Marriage inequality"? I thought the wife and husband were equally represented in the marriage.
Ahhhh the politics of sexual identity. Is there homosexism? Bisexism?
Ohhhhhhhhhh Kay.......so that relates to marriage.....how?
So society should stop tolerating men and women joining together in marriage? Stop recognizing it?
Where do you get this stuff from? The Rainbow handbook of sexual identity politics? Do call your mom and dad, heterosexists?
Yesssss....and no. Part of what they're "getting" is a redefinition of marriage, that affects all of society.
But is it though? Or future generations may look back and say, "remember marriage"? Or "whatever happened to all those rainbow flags and bumper stickers"......"oh that was just a phase".....
2.) It doesn't relate to marriage, it relates to marriage INEQUALITY. I'm sure you understand what that is.
3.) Nothing I've ever said should leave you with the impression that I believe opposite-gender people shouldn't marry.
4.) I did think of my parents as heterosexists when they threatened to murder me because I'm gay.
5.) Marriage has not been redefined with this decision any more than it was redefined when interracial couples were allowed to legally marry one another.
6.) I think the only way future generations would look back with that perspective is if they were thrown into a manmade or natural disaster--wiping out the scientific advances we've made over the past several hundred years.