You’re not a bigot or a homophobe or hateful if you don’t believe in what I want. You are if you try to prevent me from having my beliefs. If homosexuality or gay marriage is against your beliefs, don’t get gay married or be homosexual. But your beliefs do not get to dictate what other people do or what the current definition of equality is. It wasn’t so long ago that equality did not include people of color. It wasn’t so long ago that Jews were slaughtered for their beliefs. Let’s remember that while the Constitution doesn’t dictate what you believe, it does dictate equality for all people and it does dictate enhanced protections for minorities to prevent the tyranny of the majority (see Title 9 and Affirmative Action and Hate Crime laws).