I can almost feel T's pain. I love my son more than anything, and if he told me he was gay, I would have a hard time dealing with it, but for reasons you might not expect.
I don't care who sticks what where, as long as they don't tell me about it or tell me I have to praise them for their choice of blocking a functional exit.... would get them fined if it was a fire door. My problem is these folks making their PERSONAL CHOICES a political debate. The stats offered here clearly coincide with my suspicions: Marriage rights are NOT the driver of this debate- neither is "acceptance"; whatever that means. These folks want control. They want to squash competition without having to enter the arena and do battle...fundamentally un-american