LGBT community has rights, too
As Americans, we are told we supposedly have a great deal of freedom to live our lives as we please.
What if you were told you couldn’t marry the love of your life, all based on the physical make up of their body? How about if you were declined the right to adopt children, even if you had all the qualifications to give a child a loving, nurturing home? What if you were told you were not going to be granted a marriage license or the respect of your amendments, (that yes, all Americans have under the Bill of Rights) due to the sheer matter that they had the same body parts as you?
Yes, I am digging into the very matter that most Americans avoid — LGBT equality. As many Americans against the equality of patrons of the LGBT community would argue that the equality of these people violate some sort of clause in the Bill of Rights.
My questions as a bystander and a completely straight individual: What’s the big deal? What is it hurting?