Yes. And vegetarians have the same rights as meat eaters. In my "everything is rosy and great and everyone loves each other" world we treat homosexuals and heterosexuals the same way we treat vegetarians and meat eaters. They're different, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Yes, vegetarians have the same right as anyone else to eat meat if they choose, and the right not to eat meat if they choose. In the same way, homosexuals have the same right as anyone else to marry someone of the opposite gender if they choose, and the right to not marry someone of the opposite gender if they choose. The rights are ALREADY EQUAL.
Asking for same sex marriage is like a vegetarian asking the government to mandate that every restaurant be required to serve vegetarian offerings. While many do that already, it wouldn't be right for the government to make such a mandate just because the vegetarians may want it to happen. Everyone already has the same right to eat or not eat meat. In the same way, the government shouldn't be considering mandates to allow same sex marriage, as everyone already has the same rights to marry someone of the opposite gender or not to do so.
Bistiza is absolutely NOT homophobic.
He has no problem with gays.
As long as he doesn't have to see them. Or think about them. Or God forbid be confused for one.
I am not homophobic, correct. I have no problem with gays, correct.
I have every right to not want to see anyone's displays of affection as I see fit. I'm also free to think about or not think about whatever I'd like. I also have a right to desire clarity wherever possible about what I am and am not.
There is nothing wrong with any of those things, so get off your high horse and stop acting like their is.