American support for same-sex "marriage" is dropping for the first time in a decade and I don't think it's hard to figure out why
· Mar 13, 2024 ·

Some surprising news going into the election season:

Americans' support for same-sex marriage has dropped for the first time in about a decade, according to new data from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI).

The data from PRRI's American Values Atlas (AVA) survey found support for same-sex marriage dropped two points, from 69 percent to 67 percent, from 2022 to 2023. The last time Americans support form same-sex marriage dropped in the same survey was between 2014 and 2015, from 54 to 53 percent.

Melissa Deckman, the CEO of PRRI, claimed that the"growing partisan divide on these issues show the effect of the continuous use of LGBTQ identity and LGBTQ rights as a wedge issue in our nation's culture wars."

Yeeaah I don't think that's it.

Is it possible that support for gay "marriage" has eroded because over the past 10 years, the modern LGBT movement has become unhinged and degraded beyond belief?

I mean, look, you may not have ever been supportive of same-sex "marriage." But the arguments in favor of it, if wrong and misguided, were at least comprehensible: Two consenting adults of the same sex who want to act as if their union constitutes a "marriage." It was something you could at least discuss and debate.

But where is the present-day LGBT movement? I mean, here's a sampling of headlines from the past few weeks alone:

Again: That's just the past month or so. And this is totally common at this point.

In about a decade the LGBT movement has gone from "Just let us get married" to "Let us confuse, corrupt, sexualize and irreparably damage your children."

That's not just idle speculation. Folks responding to the news of the public opinion shift were of similar mind:

The numbers are going to continue going down unless the LGBT brigade stops targeting kids. That's just the way it's going to be.

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