If someone believes in equal rights, then they shouldn't have a problem with gay people finally being allowed to get married wherever they want. But since the huge announcement a few weeks ago... I can't think of one person in my family that doesn't hate it. But they're still quick to say that they don't hate homosexuality or gay people at all, they just don't like how the marriage law has been changed.
And on this site, I've noticed that lots of people hate feminism, but then they'll turn around and say that's because they want equal rights for everyone. But then I've looked at the gay marriage questions and debates on here, and not many people agree with it either. But I've seen those same people say that unlike feminists they're egalitarian and want equal rights.
So I think now that most people never really cared about being equal or anything, they just say that becuase that's what they're expected to say. It's actually really disappointing to me; I thought everyone had meant it before.
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i dont really understand any of it at all. i grew up with gay people in my family and a i was taught very little religion. there is no reason to hate people who are gay because it doesn't effect you. i really just dont get it.1