Religious Wrong’s Influence — 2 Comments

  1. This reminded me that just because someone is LGBT, they are not automatically progressive. Part of the push for marriage stems from the desire to just fit in, to be normal. I suppose there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s still rather disappointing, though, since a bigger umbrella could get more accomplished. It’s also a tricky issue: On the one hand, I’d like to see that everybody who wants to get married, can do so. On the other, focusing all the energies on same-sex marriage leaves everybody who can’t or doesn’t want to marry out in the rain (yes, even after same-sex marriage is legalized, there will be people in committed relationships you can’t marry: siblings, for example).

  2. Its a shame that some of the LGBT have caved into pressure. It seems pretty much like that with left in general. What I think is hurting the left is that there are so many splinter groups and not many people under one umbrella. And the big groups that exists compromise on many of their ideas to appeal to the opinions of the day.

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