I think that gay people should have the right to get married by Elvis like everybody else.
What is deeply distressing is the incredible number of people who are vehemently opposed to equality, and the need for them to deny gay rights simply because they cannot bear the thought of gays having rights.
It was not our right to have become the world's bully and start this war in the first place.
Might does not equal right...fortunately, the majority holds power by a very small margin. There are certain things the majority has no right to mess with, certain things that are definitely worth fighting for--worth defending and worth offending.
It's just that it's been my experience in having sex with some straight men that the sex is over when he gets off. And I don't accept that. I want to have an orgasm. Not right now! This is the Isaac Stern Auditorium! No, I want to have one. I'll put a chalk board over the bed. One...one.
Thankfully, beauty is easier to remove than apply, and a swipe of demaquillage in the right direction and you are you once again.
They have no rights to call themselves Christians, because they have no Christianity to them; they have no kindness, no compassion, no charity. I want Jesus to come back and say: THAT'S NOT WHAT I MEANT!
Trying to fault gays and lesbians for standing up for their rights is backwards and unconscionable.We have no idea how powerful we actually are. We were never considered part of the general, respectable population.
Having to remind others of your American status, fear of being connected to the enemy because of ancestral ties, the threat so prevalent that it makes you put not one but two giant flags outside is not right.