I was raised with people constantly telling me that homosexuality was wrong, and I never for an instance agreed with it, simply because my own basic common sense told me that being different doesn't make you a bad person. A person should be judged for what they do, not what they are.
If anything, I was adhering more to the words of the bible than they were, and I'm the agnostic one. Ironic, really.
This isn't a personal ego stroke, no matter how some of you may end up viewing it. If you look at my initial post, I expressly defended religion in this argument, and only condemned the extremists responsible for creating the propaganda that makes people believe that religion as a whole had an issue with homosexuality in the first place.
It's my belief that most people nowadays support homosexuality, including many religious people. Because they were willing to educate themselves as well.