NoSuchPerson saidI live in Canada where gay marriage has been legal for a few years now. It's just a part of life up here now and no one seems to bother talking about it much anymore (well maybe the extreme right, but they'll never be happy with us). I think America should just deal with it, get it over with, so everyone will just stop talking about it.
If America was a country of vast forest with a few major cities, instead of having a far greater population that's spread out into billions of suburbs that are isolated enough to keep keep narrow-minded views, then it'd probably be more tolerant of homosexuals in general too.
Think of the US like Europe. Both have a lot of people that have completely different cultures depending on where you go (although to a less extent in the US). So it would make sense that certain places like New England vs Spain are more open minded than other areas like Alabama vs Latvia. They're two completely different cultures.
NoSuchPerson saidBanning it all together will put America on a list that includes Serbia, Iran, Sudan, Syria, and Latvia.
Yeah except in Iran being GAY is illegal and punishable by one of four choices of death (hung, sliced in half, dropped of the highest perch, or stoned). Something similar in Sudan & Syria too I think. So I wouldn't compare the US to countries that legally kill homosexuals.