And, I would add, still bitching about some imaginary problem you and your friends cooked up to have something new to complain about.
Here’s Gavin McInnes saying stuff that, almost word for word, got me yelled at — by Sid Ryan — on the old Michael Coren show a few years ago:
Despite having so many geniuses, we still let gay marriage determine national elections even though the few gays that actually give a shit represent a tiny fraction of one percent of the population.
And half of them get divorced!
In northern Europe where this experiment has been going on for a long time, gays are finally asking themselves, “Wait, why are we doing this? We don’t have kids.”
No one likes being told they can’t do something, but that doesn’t mean it’s something they want to do.
Gay culture doesn’t fixate on commitment. Monogamy is not their bag.
The campaign for gay marriage is being used by the elites for a broader purpose: as a tool for indicating moral superiority over the supposedly backward masses.
I refuse to join in the demonisation of working-class people, many of whom quite understandably don’t see why the institution of marriage should be reformed.