There are parts of this whch really don't work for me. See, the problem is that even as parents teach their kids to be tolerant of different peoples and cultures, with homosexual lifestyles, we encourage kids to view them as different and wrong.
The reverse perspective is equally if not more damaging, and I agree that this hugely, hugely, hugely
affects how a child will perceive homosexuals later in life what with all of these negative stigmas such institutions will place on them.
But they're faulting even the advocates, the ones that try to bring this cause forward into the spotlight and plead acceptance for it.
One example they brought up goes a little like this:
Take two children, maybe John and Billy. Billy is gay, and John is straight. But Billy isn't quite aware of this yet (most children wouldn't be able to put a finger on what sexual orientation means anyway at such a young age), but he and John are best of friends. They grow up together unaware of such a difference between them, but remain friends throughout the years. When Billy turns...let's say...eighteen, he finally comes out. John is mature enough to accept this - his initial impression is that Billy has been gay all this time, but still was a great friend. In his mind, being gay isn't "strange" or against his moral standards, because Billy just seems like a regular guy.
But let's say John and Billy hear all over the news as well as various ceremonies, parades, and whatnot that gays need to be respected. Billy might draw some connection to this - though he might not understand why at his young age. John however will return to school making fun of them and how "eccentric" and "different" they appear to him. Billy is filled with resentment, because John has turned his soon-to-be sexual preference into a subject of mockery. Later down the road, this will hit him hard.
So those two accounts serve as examples to their hypothesis. They made a point to say that sexual preference is a different sort of "fight" and cannot be equated to race and gender discrepancies. If there is a way to acceptance for this type of lifestyle then it must be approached from a different angle. In essence, and from what I gather, they're trying to turn homosexual couples gradually into an act of normalcy in our society.