So what’s wrong with ‘gay rights’?

It’s all very simple. If anything is marriage, then everything is marriage. And if everything is marriage, then nothing is marriage at all. ”Marriage equality’ becomes ‘marriage elasticity,’ with the ultimate goal of ‘marriage extinction.”

– J. Matt Barber (March 25, 2013 column)
Besides the issue of same-sex marriage, which we God-fearing persons know is detrimental to the common good, as well as adoption by homosexual unions, which the Vatican asserted “would actually mean doing violence to these children, in the sense that their condition of dependency would be used to place them in an environment that is not conducive to their full human development” (click here for the pertinent document), the realm of “gay rights” has become alarmingly prevalent in recent years, to the point where a small segment of the population – two or three percent, maybe slightly higher – is now a protected and even revered class. We can thank the mainstream media, pop-culture, many of our schools, and even some of our (dissident) clergy and religious for that.