Some bearded celebrity wants to compare gay people to pedophiles and stay on television. A company that wants to sell wedding cakes in the public space but ignore his state's anti-descrimination laws. A group of nuns want to run a hospital and prohibit their employees from getting contraception through health insurance related to, without perhaps being paid for by, the nuns. All in the name of religious freedom.
There are many complex issues related to efficient market places and application of subtle legal doctrines. Today, I want to make a simple right/wrong argument. My radical position is that not all religious beliefs and practices are equal.
Churches need to stop resisting the march toward equality among those of minority gender identity and sexual orientation. Churches need to stop opposing birth control. When people maintain these positions in the name of faith, it pisses me off. Not because I think positions cannot be maintained in the name of faith, but because these positions are wrong and stupid.
I think this deserves saying because we respond to "X is immoral" with "who cares what is moral" when we should often respond with "no it's not." At least, that is my humble opinion.