you do care about changing the definition, you just don't care if people have an issue with it.
and once again.... I don't have a problem with it. I just want people to be honest about it.
There is intolerance on both sides. The self righteous "equal rights" activists that pretend and flaunt the pro SSM movement as something similar to the Civil rights movement in the 60's and paint their opposition similar to racists and constantly toss around the labels "bigot, hate filled, intolerant, backwards, etc." are very intolerant and full of self righteous hypocrisy. It's a shame many in the pro-SSM movement don't call them out and instead join them in their rantings.
On the flip side there are those who are intolerant where their basis for not supporting SSM is because they feel that gay sex is disgusting or have a westboro mentality of "God hates gays."
I do care about being treated equally by the laws of this country. This country has legal marriage, and many laws that include the word marriage. It is easier and more cost effective to change the definition to allow more people, than to change thousands of laws, legal documents, etc.
That whole path of least resistance thing.
" May you live as long as you wish, and love as long as you live"