Gay rights are human rights. Hillary Clinton
I've wondered about Hillary, if a male would touch her?
The ability to have some type of marriage / partnership through a government / court system with the same benefits, yes.
Anything else, no.
Only to a point. Then, no.
If you talk about actual gay rights (such as the rights that everyone already has in America) then yes.
The LGBT agenda? No.
I hate to say it, but I do agree with her on that
A better way to say it is there are no gay rights. There are human rights, of which gays are a part of
But I have a feeling SJWs would hate that
That'd mean something if someone with a consistent view on it said it.
What? At what point is it ok to not change your mind?
Has she flipped flopped over years or just evolved in her thinking in understanding the need to make other understand the importance of this issue?
Which way hasn't she stayed consistent. It does matter. Because one of those is an acceptable inconsistency.
"I think marriage is as marriage has always been, between a man and a woman." - HRC, 2000
She also backed Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee for president in 1964, who opposed both gay rights and the Civil Rights Act.
Ok. You're talking a view point from 16 years ago and beyond. And I can say I already knew those. What I asked is, did she consistently flip flop or did she evolve in her thinking as she educated herself of the issues and met people affected by them.?
I agree with the sentiment but not who said it