Originally Posted by NateR
What is the difference between a marriage and a civil union? I'm talking from a purely secular, legal standpoint. Why were civil unions simply not good enough for the homosexuals?
Do they believe that being allowed to marry is going to somehow make them more accepted by the average American? Honestly, I believe it's going to have the exact opposite effect.
Why wasn't riding in the back of the bus good enough for Rosa Parks?
I don't really think most gays give a darn whether or not you really accept them. I could be wrong though on this. You really wouldn't know if they were legally married or not unless you asked every single one of them. If they were to invite you to their wedding, you could decline the invitation.