That's right, his gay stylist!
In an essence he is right, in that you can be called a bigot for not agree'ing to gay rights. But then, turn the tables around and they'll be shouting at you for being so bigoted for not agreeing to there viewpoints.
I don't see what harm gay marriage will propose to the church, I don't think they should be made to offer marriages to same sex couples in their church if they don't want to. But, then they should be as open to that as to those who will open their churches to same-sex marriages.
It's not like the gov't are forcing the priests to marry each other so it doesn't exactly interfere with their own lives.
How is opposing equal rights for gay people because of religious prejudice not a bigoted position?
I mean sheesh! If the cap fits!
You're totally right, gay marriage doesn't affect anyone but those it helps express their love.
And we've moved beyond it being the love that dare not speak it's name! The Church needs to get with the program.
Edited by Atlantia, 09 October 2012 - 06:01 PM.