It is well known ci. that being discriminated against is an engine of creativity and ambition. Veblen explains it in relation to the Jews somewhere in his fanciful speculations. Joseph was discriminated against in Genesis by his brothers and saved all his family from the famine as a result. Quite Darwinian really. Hitler's discrimination got the Jews a homeland.
But I don't suppose you have read either.
Why homosexuals seek to be just like the rest of us I can't imagine. It is bound to negate the many advantages their difference gives them. Maybe it's a plot by heterosexuals to remove these advantages.
Would you discriminate against a person with a gross facial disfigurement being seated near you in a restaurant. Would it reduce your enjoyment of your meal?
How many people would discriminate against two men kissing each other in the pub as one often sees young males and females doing?
I never knew that "most" creatures in the animal kingdom practice homosexuality.
How can a known proponent of the exclusivity of science account for using a word like "disorder". Your position dictates that the world consists of matter and void. How the matter is arranged can never be a disorder surely if it is there.
You seek to discriminate against religious people teaching biology lessons. And please don't say that you don't as long as they don't preach their religion. A year or two with such a teacher will cause some religios osmosis as a matter of fact. What you have said about religious people certainly fits with the idea that they have a disorder.
The argument is about whether a majority of Californians have the right to say that homosexuals can't marry. If judges take that right and set aside a democratic vote where will they go next. Their judgments may not always be to your liking.
There is no need for the voters of California to give their reasons. A great deal of legislation is passed by people who don't give their reasons. Nobody disputes the passing once the votes are counted. Not unless they are seeking to undermine democracy as you did in the Louisiana case and are now doing in the Texas case.
And 45 states have decided to not follow your line. 46 now that Cal. has followed suit.