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."
Do you agree - have we made huge strides on the gay rights front? Do we still have a long way to go?