Private, long-term homosexual couples living together in the past was not good enough? And now that gays and lesbians have something called marriage in the US, that’s not good enough? Just like before the strange US Supreme Court decision, they walked their dogs, cut the grass, etc. But no. Let’s tell little kids this is no longer private, and it is normative. Let’s tell adults the same thing.
What’s wrong with privacy? I don’t care if the two men I see in a store are a married or unmarried gay couple. It’s none of my business. But don’t shove it in my face. And I’d like to add an observation to derail the “hate” accusation. I don’t go to bars and drink because I’m not a drinker. I don’t go to parties where the air is thick with marijuana smoke and other drugs are being taken, not because I hate people who use that but I refuse to use such. And in social situations, if a total stranger asks my opinion about that “cute guy over there. Isn’t he hot?” I have nothing to say. I have this bad habit of checking out women, but guys? It would never cross my mind.