All this discussion on the rights for gays to marry got me to think about how we are still fighting for "equal rights" here in 2013. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but sometimes I feel people have forgotten history.
In 2013, we take it for granted that we all have "equal rights". However, did we forget that African-Americans had to right for their civil rights? Or that Japanese Americans were interned in camps because of World World II? How about the Chinese Exclusion Act that prevented Chinese from immigrating to the United States in the 1800's? All of these things don't exist anymore because people realized they were wrong.
Yet, we are here discussing whether to "discriminate" against yet another group of people. You don't have to agree with the gay (or LGBT) lifestyle. But what someone else does is not really any of our business.
I'm not particularly political. However, I do believe everyone deserves to be treated equally.
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