Many people wrongly feel they should be 'tolerant' of gay marriage and not oppose it, even though it is not something they would do personally. This book explains the falsity of this notion. Gays won the legal right to be left alone in the 2003 case of Lawrence v. Texas. While many feel uncomfortable about opposing gay marriage because they think this will somehow 'force' their view of marriage on gays, they need to realize that gays do not feel uncomfortable in forcing their views at all. Gays are no longer on the defensive, and the battleground of gay marriage is not a neutral one. Their goal with gay marriage is to proactively compel acceptance of gayness as normal. This book also discusses how gayness itself, along with so-called 'same-sex attraction' and also gender dysphoria, are illusory and illogical.
|Publisher:||Duane L. Ostler|
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About the Author
Duane L. Ostler was raised in Southern Idaho, and has lived in Australia, Mexico, Brazil, China, the big Island of Hawaii, and—most foreign of all—New Jersey. He practiced law for over 10 years and has a PhD in legal history. He and his wife have five children and two cats.