Public schools don't have to follow the views of anyone's cults, and shouldn't. They are religion-free for a reason. You must educate your child but you can't force your prejudices into the publlic schools; you can homeschool or send them to a parochial school that shares your hatred.
Disagreeing with homosexuality is like disagreeing with left-handedness; there is no rational basis for disagreeing with a natural human trait.
I don't want to hear the teabaggers' ignorant rants, but there they are. We'll continue to discuss gay issues, and you can continue to not like it.
<quoted text>How can there be equal protection regarding state laws if their laws are all different? Can the federal government force the states to change their laws so that they're all the same? The lagal drinking age would be one simple example. If you wanna argue for gay marriage, I would think that it's more of a civil rights issue. As for having nothing to do with religion, you're right until it comes to teaching it in school. Every religion I'm aware of is against homosexuality, therefore it shouldn't be hard to understand why many parents don't want it taught to their children in elementary schools, Personally, I don't agree with homosexuality but it's none of my business what you people do. If a state wants to allow homosexual marriages, that's OK. I just don't wanna see it or be preached to about how normal it is. I truly believe there would be alot more acceptance of homosexuals if they weren't so insistant on displaying it and wanting everyones approval about it.