Along those lines, I recommend a recent article in the Washington Post asking how Americans' views flipped so quickly on the topic of LGBTQ rights, especially in light of how other prejudices - like anti-Semitism - have stubbornly resisted such change. The gay rights movement has managed to change people's minds faster than any other civil rights movement in memory. Still, this rapid change has not eliminated homophobia. Far from it - as we have seen in the Administration's efforts to roll back a number of transgender rights. So the battle begun a half century ago is not finished. But the progress has been remarkable and something for people of all backgrounds to celebrate.