Folks for slavery weren't racist. They simply knew blacks were inferior and were "happy" where they were.
Folks against women's right to vote weren't sexist. They just knew that women were lesser citizens compared to men.
Folks against interracial marriage weren't racist. They simply knew that it was against God's natural plan for procreation.
Folks against gay marriage aren't bigoted. They just know that gays are second rate citizens/unnatural/fill in the blank.
Almost every generation has its own civil rights battle. Being aware of history constantly repeating itself progressively, why would anyone choose to be on the wrong side of history? I just don't get it.
Here's a dose of reality for you folks. Gay marriage is advancing faster than ANY civil rights issue in history. In just a few short years by civil rights standards, those of you who are fighting against allowing gay marriage will be doing what those who stood against desegregating schools are doing now: lying about which side you were on.
Whooo! Can I get a AMEN?! Hallelujah!!! Lawd, I couldnt'a said it better myself!!!
-For those of you who read X-Men and are sickened by all these gay people and their "AGENDA" why do you read X-Men?
For the pretty colors? Did you know it was about people who are hated and feared for being different... did you miss that part?
I don't know, it just seems like you're all missing the point.
Quite honestly, X-Men should've done this long ago, not just because it's safer and popular now, especially when you
consider that storylines, like the Legacy Virus, borrow heavily from gay history and were shown in a sympathetic and
relatable way - you'd think these books, out of them all, should have been at the forefront of proclaiming and promoting