If that were true it would be great. There is a public school in Lexington, MA that sent first and second grade kids home with books like "Who's In A Family" and "King & King." Some families were upset that they couldn't opt their kids out of that material. The school principal told complaining parents that an opt out was no longer required now that gay marriage is legal in Massachusetts. The only way that they could avoid having their kids exposed to gay material was to pay to send them to private schools. They opposed the material because of their religions. Religious freedom without government interference is guaranteed by the first ammendment of the constitution, unless gays want to indoctrinate your kids. Then you have no constitutional right to religious freedom.<quoted text>
I don't agree, but even if that were true, homosexuality doesn't stop anyone from leading a life that is that same as anyone else's, except for the fact that they can't get married. It's still no basis for discrimination.
I also don't think you are being discriminated against. Most states and the federal government have laws that require marriage to be between opposite sex couples. You also have the option of living together and staying single. That is the same as it is for everyone.