If our laws changed as social mores changed, the laws would change on a weekly schedule. Being LGBTIQ is a HUMAN right that cannot be legislated. Our society has made this habit of mistaking opinion for fact, and not stopping to realize that facts are facts because facts have the weight of evidence to prove them as facts. Opinions are opinions because opinions fall into the category of personal thought and personal feeling. Opinions do not have the weight of evidence behind them so they remain opinions.
Society has made a second bad habit of deciding who gets legislated "out" and who gets legislated "in". Unfortunately, the bigger trend is towards legislating people OUT of society. Our legislators have decided that they can play God with the lives of citizens and decide who has a right, and who doesn't have a right, who gets to have rights at all and who doesn't have any rights whatsoever. I say either we all have rights 100 percent of the time or we have a list of temporary privileges.
Rights are either inalienable, or it just looks good on paper, but not so you'd really notice. I say either everyone can marry or no one can marry. Either everyone's relationships are equal, or no one can have a relationship at all. I say when not acting on hard facts, you're acting in hate.