Something that continues to fascinate me is the topic of gay rights in history.
As long as there have been people, there have been gay people. I mean, hypothetically there might've been someone else in the ol' Garden of Eden named Lilith. I mean, who's to say Adam didn't have a gay brother? Maybe created out of his...nevermind.
Tchaikovsky, Alexander the Great, Sappho, and many other famous people throughout the ages have been openly, or highly suspected to be gay. For something that is apparently as much a part of history as the music of Tchaikovsky, the battles of Alexander the Great, and the writing of Sappho, why is there no tolerance of it?
I don't know. All I know is that one day, children will look at their history books, see the people who opposed gay marriage, and shake their heads.