The town of Provincetown, Massachusettes was one of the first to have a same sex marriage ceremony when they were allowed to. They pride themselves on their tolerance, calling in a group from the AntiDefamation League in the 1990s to fix toleration issues.
Now the intolerance is going the other way. Homosexual people in this community are now choosing to insult, namecall, and harass those that are not homosexual. They have started to call heterosexual (normal) people “breeders” and one woman was verbally harassed for signing a petition against same sex marriage.
You see where this is going, right? It’s easy to play the victims when you’re a small group, and when it’s what you have to do in order to get people (particullarly judges) to see you as some group that is a minority and discriminated against. But once you have some semblance of rights, it’s easy to start being cocky and start to believe that you are entitled to things, and then you cross the line and show your true colors.
A person shows who they truly are when put under stress or pressure. It was simply a matter of time before homosexuals started showing just how intolerant and hypocritical they are– complaining that heterosexual people do not tolerate them when it’s actually the opposite. Can you say “heterophobia”?