The clip below is from a 1967 CBS report, "The Homosexuals." It was the first major news show to focus on homosexuality.
It "broke taboos" because it treated homosexuality with sympathy, but it's now "impossible to watch without cringing," writes Conor Friedersdorf at The Atlantic. The interviewer is Mike Wallace, the noted correspondent who died at the weekend. During the show, Wallace says, "the average homosexual...is not interested in or capable of a lasting relationship like a heterosexual marriage."
Yes, we've made huge strides. Don't listen to the left wing cultural relativists and right wing apologists. The men in charge at the turn of the century were racist, homophobic misogynists. Less so nowadays.
Wow... To each his/her own. Pretty sure God also says not to judge, so lets just pick which words we support and not the ones we dont like... I believe if it makes someone happy then let them, its not harming me or my beliefs, its our constitutional right to persue happiness! So therefore if you are an american you live by the rules of man (constitution, bill of rights...) Not by the "rules" of God. Sorry to offend but that is what this country stands for, your freedom, following God is a choice and God allow us to make our own decisions and if its really wrong then its between them and God. Not your opinion and them... Casting stones and such.