Out-going (as in he’s on his way out, not that he’s particularly gregarious or that he’s on his way for a night on the tiles) Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, who you can quite frankly smell just by looking at this picture, has said that focusing too much on gay rights (and women’s rights and anyone else’s rights who isn’t a straight white man) fragments society. He said it in front of children as well.
Now, Archbish, sit down, listen for a change: gays want the same as everyone else. No more, no less. Not different but the opposite of different: the same. They want the same. They want to be the same. Being the same seems to us to be the opposite of fragmentation. So please shut up, fuck off and sort out those eyebrows.
A fixation on gay rights threatens to fragment society, according to Catweazle here,