To clear up any confusion, here’s an easy test to see if you’re anti-gay:
If you have a gay friend (or sister or coworker or…) but still think that queer people should not be able to get married, then you are anti-gay.
If you’re fine with queer people as long as you don’t have to see them kissing or holding hands, then you are anti-gay.
If you don’t have anything against queer people but wouldn’t want a gay man leading your son’s scout troop, then you are anti-gay.
If you think that inside queer people there is anything lurking — however small — that causes us to have any less integrity or humanity than straight people have, then you are anti-gay.
Basically, if you’ve got an issue with queer people and whom or how we love or live or get off — whether you’re a grandma in Detroit or the Pope in the Vatican — then you’re anti-gay.
You might not be “malicious” or marching in front of a pride parade with a poster that reads, “Fags Doom Nations,” but you’re still part of the problem, and if we all know what’s good for us, we will no longer excuse your behavior no matter how good or kind you may otherwise be.”—Here’s an Easy Test to Find Out If You’re Anti-Gay (And Maybe Don’t Even Know It) | Noah Michelson via the Huffington Post Gay Voices (via gaywrites)