I've said it before: The one statement that most Americans of any political stripe seem to accept is, "Keep the government out of our bedrooms."
Well and good if kept to that. Let bedroom choices be between the citizens and their God, moral agents "working out their salvation with fear and trembling" as St. Paul puts it. (You might be thinking with fear and trembling about some of the people you've let into your bedroom, but I digress...)
But this restraint on government, which is what rights are all about, is very different from government actively advocating any kind of bedroom stuff. Keep out means keep out, and it doesn't matter if you are intruder or cheerleader.
This is where the LGBT (or just plain ol' "gay") movement, at least its most fanatic activists, allies with overreaching government to destroy rights.
Anglican Mainstream has posted a very helpful summary of the civil rights abuses that are taking place in the real world, as government seeks not so much to protect gay lifestyle choices as to endorse and advocate them. Go to the link and read the whole thing (and the summary contains a link to even more detailed analysis). Please absorb the key point:
It is on this issue that there is a serious prospect of radical abridgement of your religious and civil freedoms, to the point of being fired or imprisoned.