I have no issue with gay marriage. I don't find it uncomfortable, and I think that showing affection in public [to an extent] is more than acceptable for both homosexuals and heterosexuals.( I'm talking about a kiss/hug, not full on public foreplay which would make anyone uncomfortable regardless of the participants) If they want to flaunt they're love, by all means, I'm happy that they found someone and I'm happy that they're happy. If they want to get married, all the power to them, they [should] have every right to, they aren't hurting anyone if they want to start a family or be together, after all, it isn't anyone's business but they're own how they live and what they do.
I grew up in a very homophobic family. My sister and mother being the 'most accepting', in that they only share they're discomfort about it and leave it at that. My dad being a step up, who, as I recall, was worried that I was gay because I was holding hands with a girl ( who has gay parents ) on our way to school when we were 7 ( seriously?). My uncle and auntie are the most abrasive, going out of they're way to state facts in the bible about how 'wrong' it is, my uncle refuses to watch shows with gay characters ( modern family for example, hilarious show but he hates it because of the gay couple specifically), in our last meeting, we somehow get on the subject of gay marriage, and he brings out his bible, and states that aids was created by god as a punishment for the gay 'epidemic', and that that great flood was also created because of increasing homosexual acts. Anyway, long story short, I love my family dearly, they are by all means good people, yet the extremes that certain members go to voice they're hatred is rather offensive to me.
I have little to no issue with they're opinion, if they don't agree with gay marriage or the LGBT community, I don't mind. I have an issue with how they outwardly make offensive claims regardless of who's around. They have every right to voice opinions but doing something in a disrespectful manner is where I start feeling offended. They are the main reason why I often feel alone in my family, not because of this, but because they have such strong and overpowering views that I do not agree with. I am the first member in my immediate family to refuse they're religion despite my upbringing, and have very different views of the world and how it works, etc. Anyway, that's a bit off topic.
Long story short. I am personally for the rights of the LGBT community. I accept the opinions of both sides, I only have an issue with the offensive and disrespectful lengths that some people go to prove they're views ( this is true for both sides I suppose though )
" If the entire world was one big machine, I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason." ~ Hugo Cabret