In response to:

How Gays and Women Get In Their Own Way

KevNC Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 9:57 AM
#1 - The so-called kiss-in was arranged by only a few gay groups and did not exactly go as well as they thought it would. Most gay people were actually against the act since it sent the wrong message about the issue. #2 - If you use the actions of a small group and apply them to everyone, is that fair? Should we use crime statistics to restrict the membership of black people in various groups? Should we ban all white men between the ages of 18-34 from high school and college campuses based on the recent history of shootings? I would say no, but based on your response, I'm guessing logic isn't relevant in your decisions.

Gays can be leaders. Women can be leaders. Without realizing it, I think gays and women inadvertently work against their own objective of equality when they force private organizations to support gay and female leaders.

As I wrote here, gays and women are already equal before the Constitution, which defines us by our humanity, not by our sexuality, and is silent on most personal matters like marriage. Furthermore, the more the federal government defines our rights, the less free, equal and human we all become.

Here is what generally happens when minority groups confuse social acceptance with equality...