I could care less about the physical act. What I'm opposed to is the idea that people who engage in this particular act are courageous heroes for publicly disclong this fact. Where did we get the idea that sounding off about your personal perversion entitloes you to respect & admiration??
I'm also opposed to the idea that people who prefer gay sex are somehow entitled to special consideration, i.e. preferential hiring by govt or admission to college over more qualified straight applicants.
I'm opposed to the idea that you can do whatever you like, then stick it in everyone's face - instead of leaving it in your bedroom - and demand society's endorsement that your behavious is 'normal'.
I'm opposed to gays demanding to be treated as married couples, when they violate the main part of the definition of marriage.
As far as asking if it's OK if my wife has sex with me, I think that's a revealing question. It reveals the utter lack of intellectual depth & reason of the questioner. It sounds like logic a 2nd grader might use and is frankly a little embarassing to read..
I'm opposed to gays playing the victim card & screaming 'discrimination' every time something doesn't go their way.
I'm opposed to gays demanding the military adapt to their lifestyle, compromising unit integrity and warfighting ability in the process.
I'm not in favor of condemning anyone for their behavior - but neither am I in favor of this forced PC applause we're all supposed to engage in when some homo 'comes out', like it's some sort of grown up merit badge..