You said in a previous comment that interracial marriage and same-sex marriage were not the same thing. I often see this comparison made.
Do you remember the North Carolina ‘bathroom bill’ controversy a few years ago? Charlotte passed a city ordinance that allowed people to use the bathroom of whatever sex they ‘identified’ as. The state legislature passed HB2, which effectively nullified that ordinance. And the country went crazy. Calls abounded for boycotting the state, PayPal famously pulled plans to open an office in Charlotte, etc.
I recall a heated speech by a local black leader who was angry with the LGBTQ activists for hijacking the civil rights movement, comparing the ‘right to use whatever bathroom you want’ to the fights against seregation in the South. ‘I don’t recall any of you on the back of the bus with me in 1965’ he said (paraphrased).
My point: it’s not the same thing: It shouldn’t be the compared to interracial marriage.