‘And if there is any doubt why such an opinion might be met with hostility, it has to do with privilege. You can write it off as “political correctness” if you wish, but the truth is that privilege always lies with the majority. They’re so used to being catered to that they see the lack of catering as an imbalance. They don’t see anything wrong with having things set up to suit them, what’s everyone’s fuss all about? That’s the way it should be, any everyone else should be used to not getting what they want.
In 2004, Ohio voted to ban gays and lesbians from legally marrying the person they love, and to deny their families the privileges and protections taken for granted by their heterosexual neighbors. This year, we have the opportunity to correct that mistake and repeal the Ohio “Defense” (sic) of Marriage Amendment. Ballot language has been approved,and petitions are being circulated to place repeal language on the November ballot.
Your support is needed to move the campaign forward – Together we can help Ohio join the 12 states who recognize the families of their gay, bisexual and lesbian citizens. If you can volunteer time and skills, https://freedomohio.com/ will help get you started. Your financial support will help keep the campaign going. follow the link https://freedomohio.com/give/2891