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Harry Jackson Jr. is not totally correct. Gay marriage is, to some extent, about rights and equality. Gays want the same economic benefits that married couples enjoy. I'm all for that. However you don't need to redefine marriage to accomplish this. This can be achieved by ending discrimination against unmarried people. I'm sure all unmarried heterosexuals would agree. He is correct about gays demanding approval and celebration of their lifestyle choice. To that I say forget it. I respect their right to live their lives the way they choose as long as they don't bring harm to others but I don't have to approve. Gay lifestyle choice is no different than the many other things in life I choose not to accept. Deal with it.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Activists would have us believe that the issue of marriage is about the “rights” and “equality” of homosexuals. But in reality, the push to redefine marriage is about demanding public approval and celebration of homosexuality. There is a difference. Slot machines are legal in some areas, but if the COO of Chick-fil-a had expressed a personal disapproval of gambling, would slot-machine supporters have demanded a boycott of his restaurants? What about smokers? Would they have lambasted Dan Cathy for expressing that he personally does not approve of smoking?
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