OK... I'll admit it... under Biblical law, homosexuals should have the same rights as everyone else.
I have the right to marry a woman. The homosexual guy does too.
I don't have the right to marry a man. Neither does a homosexual guy.
See? Same rights.
The homosexual community is clamoring for equal rights in name, but special rights in reality.
If homosexuality is a sin and legally-outlawable crime (which it is, Biblically speaking- Leviticus 18:22) then no one has the right to practice it. This goes for every sin and crime- murderers, thieves, adulterers, they all have the same rights as anyone else. To seek a special right to steal, kill, or commit adultery- if we're going to do that, let's at least call it what it is: special permission for the violation of God's Word- not equal rights.
This is not an issue of denying the right of marriage to some and granting it to others; it's a matter of defining marriage Biblically- one man, one woman- acknowledging that right, and acknowledging the wrongness of anything else.