Whoa, hey, chill.
I was just asking, I wanted to hear what you thought you were doing.
It wouldn't help for me to share my thoughts on homosexuality, so I won't; my point was that I see people protesting all the time around here (lots of special-interest groups in West Virginia, actually), and at the end of the day, that's just what they're doing. They protest, they state a problem, and make it known that they want that problem recognized or addressed. I understand some part of what it is to be ostracized for living a certain lifestyle, and I understand that broadcasting "Homosexuals have it tough" doesn't manufacture compassion or change.
It's not right to keep quiet in the face of injustice because you can't change the world, either. I don't want to say that no one cares, or it's a lost cause, or there's no point in trying. There's reason in promoting awareness in and of itself, separate from asking for change. But everyone knows about homosexuals' rights.