Few things about the state of our society makes me madder than the refusal to support equality with regards to homosexuals. Besides being a decent human being, here's the reasoning I try to use with my friends that aren't exactly keen on the whole idea. For the first time, I've entered in the "game of love" and man, it's the hardest most painful as well as most fun thing I've ever done. For years I didn't actively avoid it but also didn't pursue it like I probably should. A relationship with another person that isn't in your family is a incredibly complicated and confusing affair as I am finding out rapidly. But I cannot even BEGIN to imagine what this would be like if I knew that the person I was attracted was someone I "shouldn't" be attracted to. I don't know about you guys, but when I fell in love with this girl, there wasn't any kind of "choice" involved. There was no "choice" I had to make to find her the most attractive human being I have ever seen. There was no "choice" I had to make to want to do anything for her, even at my own expense. But what if the relationship that may be beginning was considered "wrong" or "improper" by anyone? I can't imagine how much pressure that would put on me and what kind of additional stress I would be under. What if my parents didn't even approve of the feelings I had, regardless if they liked the girl or not? It's truly disgusting that there are people out there not willing to treat homosexuals as they are heterosexuals. It makes me sick inside. Jesus Christ, they're people just like you and me. It's just as sickening as the times when interracial dating wasn't "allowed". Can someone explain to me how it's even POSSIBLE to think this way?