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Andrew Kaz, a middler computer science major, agreed that exposure to the issue of gay marriage in comparison with other vitally important LGBT issues is imbalanced. However, he said he believes it’s important to examine the statistics within the context of each particular state.
“In California, legislation targeting the protection of LGBT youth from violence and discrimination became law as early as 2000,” Kaz said. “Certainly there’s work to be done, but to a large extent, marriage equality was the seminal issue in California by 2008.”
Not all states, however, are ready to handle the issue quite as progressively.
“Back home in West Virginia, the context is very different,” Kaz said. “Marriage equality isn’t even close to the horizon for my home state, but LGBT politicians and activists already recognize this reality and are instead working towards addressing the many other concerns to create a safe environment for LGBT individuals.”
Another aspect of Walters’ critique was that the focus on same-sex marriage normalizes a certain lifestyle within the community which was invented by a patriarchal, heteronormative and oppressive institution.
“Marriage is an institution that brings people closer to traditional, conservative values and keeps them away from the progressive principles of the gay rights movement, such as sexual freedom and gender non-binaries,” Walters said.