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It depends on who's point of view your looking at it from.
From a religious perspective, for example, is very different from a person who supports it's point-of-view.
@PhoneGuy : from a view of religion, Christian and Catholic
A true Christian would not spread hate towards those who go against their religion. They do not act like the Westboro church, and they do not refuse to do their job as a means of their religion to seek public gratitude and attention. True Christians go home and pray for the salvation of those they believe aren't following the right footsteps that God intends. My own view about LGBT? Finally! Finally the LGBTQA community are able to be married. Love outweighs all hatred and bigotry.
@MarvelousANT they ask me what will the world will be like if LGBT is a crime? If you were/ were not one of them, what will you act?
If LGBT was turned into a crime now I would revolt even if I was not a part of the community. We have history class for a reason. State and Religion was made separately so that all humans could have their basic rights to express themselves legally without church views interfering. Just because Levitican states that a man should not lie with another man, that is not substantial reason to everyday people aboloshing gay rights. There are many religions in America. One religion shouldn't dictate all people who live here. During Latin America Colonization including Africa, the pope referred to Prince Henry as "Jesus's Uncle". The pope agreed with Henry that he should conquer their homelands and slay anyone who did not convert to or were not of Christianity. He wanted them abolished and wrote that this was the intention of God. How is this that we abolished slavery later on even though the Pope himself said God wanted it? Shouldn't the states and government have listened to the Pope because it was "Gods Will"? No most of the people decided against this and rid slavery. So if church were to ever elope into state again, there would need to be a revolution and revolt. This would not only be for gay rights but also for the rights of all people to express themselves, without being indirectly told what religion they need to follow. Sorry if this seems like I'm rambling. Its 3:36AM just finished reading 115 pages and writing two essays ha, hope this helps you out though!
@MarvelousAnt: What if the revolutions fail and LGBT become lap rat?