Let's see: the head of a popular sandwich shop chain says that marriage is between a man and a woman, and so "protests" ensue, in which the rump-riding crowd determines to move their bedroom preferences to the shops. How very tolerant.
And here they go again: a couple of guys decide to "get married", head to a cake shop to select a wedding cake, and the owner refuses to take their money - i.e., refuses to bake them a cake. Unleash the "protests"!
This stuff isn't about civil rights; it's about hounding others in efforts to impose a decidedly minority view upon the majority.
It's always been a bizarre and unhealthy perspective, in which certain homosexuals not only define themselves by their sexual proclivities, but demand that everyone else praise them for doing so. These idiots shove their bedroom stuff into others' faces, and belligerently dare them to do or say anything about it.
It has nothing to do with "sexual orientation" or "sexual identity" - it's all about sexual indemnity: Look at me! Look at me! Everything I do is good, don't you agree?!
And regarding the woman at 0:57…I must say I’m getting tired of hearing that. “This community will not allow.” That’s the kind of nonsense people say, when they think they can speak on behalf of such a community.
Take that show over to Saudi Arabia. We don't need it here. Or just take your money to a vendor who agrees with you. Either way works.
People who beat or kill homosexuals are one thing; they're commiting crimes. But people who choose to have nothing to do with the "in your face" attitude are not only not commiting a crime, they have every right to their beliefs.
No shoes, no shirt, no service.
Take the attitude and shove it.