Be specific, as to the problem and the solution. Equal rights is just to vague as an answer to this question.
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What prob did it solve?SC didn't attempt to provide judicial notice on what is a gay person, nor whether it is a mere sexual preference or something else. They failed to provide judicial notice of when life begin in Roe, and the prob still exists
Changing laws is only the first step. Historically with each new generation people become more socially liberal and tolerant of others. An unmarried couple living together would have been scandalous in the 1950s! Today that's practically the norm.
I agree, that's true. Younger generations today are generally pretty tolerant and supportive of gay people. Interracial marriage is a pretty apt parallel, too, though sadly even today there are racist people who object. Still, there's progress!
The SC didn't change the law, they made a decision. It is the legislature that makes law, and amendments add to the constitution. And there is no such thing as homophobia. It is a slur word like fag and queer.