The gay activists, while vocal, are a tiny minority of the gay community. Most gays mind their own business.
Sorry I can’t agree with you.
That is fine with me. I was in the interior design world and the show horse world and there are a lot of gays in both and many were talented and enjoyable people. What goes on with consenting adults is their business, not mine.
The activists may be a tiny minority, but they are having a devastating effect. They have pushed their notions of society on this country, and the world, ever since the Stonewall Riots, and the politicians, even mindful of getting elected, go along with their dictates, be it benefits for 'domestic partners', homosexual 'marriage', or the teaching of the 'gay agenda' in schools, even as early as Kindergarten.
Beginning in the early 80's, they used AIDS to create sympathy for themselves, even though it was clear that it was their own actions that brought that disease into their ranks. With this sympathy, they brought about the changes they wanted made, free from much opposition, because the media wouldn't brook any serious discussion on the matter, because to try to do so would be 'homophobic'. Most folks just kept their mouths shut, because they didn't want to be thought ill of by their co-workers, fellow churchgoers, or neighbors.
So that creates a situation in which, as happened in Lexington MA, when a father goes to a teacher and tells her he'd rather his Kindergarten son NOT have to listen to a book about two mommies, or two daddies, and respectfully asks that his son be allowed to go to the library or somewhere else, if that discussion is going to be held. He was arrested, and a restraining order placed on him so that he could not set foot on the school grounds, even for Parent's Night. He wasn't trying to force his beliefs on the school, or make the school change for him, he only wanted the school to accomodate his family's beliefs by exempting his son from discussions of homosexual relationships. The school wouldn't allow it.