You believe that 'straight' privilege is right and proper, and that the law should reflect that.
You're lying. Not only have I never said that, but I've many times said precisely the opposite (which is not that the law should reflect gay marriage, but that the government should not define marriage at all).
So I was right: You dishonestly took my criticism of your comments as though they were some proxy for some completely different opinions.
Separate but (not really)equal is the bigotry you display.
You're lying. My view is that government should not define marriage, but have the exact same status -- civil unions -- for every consenting couple that wants it. Separate and, in every way under the law and to government, equal.
On the other hand, we have the gay marriage proponents, who explicitly want government to discriminate in favor of gay unions, and against incestuous unions.
It's that you have no right to deny the same rights to those individuals who carry on other types of consensual relations you personally don't approve of.
I agree! Unfortunately, the gay marriage proponents discriminating against incestuous unions do not agree with you.
It's a good thing that finally enough people are standing up to your hate. Go burn the cross in your own yard, so we can properly ignore you.
The bizarre thing for you to figure out is why you are dishonestly projecting an opinion onto me that I've never expressed or implied, and don't have.
My guess is, it's two things. Maybe you know I am a Christian and that I personally believe homosexuality is, according to the Bible -- which I believe is the Word of God -- a sin. In addition, I was criticizing your arguments. You therefore -- dishonestly, whether intentionally so or not -- jumped to the notion that since you are in favor of gay marriage, and I was criticizing you and believe homosexuality is a sin, I must therefore be in favor of discriminating against gay couples.
But, of course, it's not true at all. For more than a decade I've been speaking out, including on Slashdot, in favor of true marriage equality, through ending government defining of marriage, and the offering of a civil union status that is open to any consenting couple.
You can continue try to twist my beliefs into favor of discrimination, but everyone will recognize it for the lie that it is.