I encourage you to feel free in the future to solicit my estimation if you should come up with an argument, but in the mean time it is perhaps best for you to reflect on your statement yourself:
Thus [benefit of doubt, assuming you are attempting to make an argument]:
A few months ago, marriage discrimination against gay couples was enshrined as law by more than these 32 states and the Federal government (also by means of a bill put on the desk of Clinton by an antagonist Republican Congress that was attempting to impeach him). A few decades ago, marriage discrimination against mixed race couples was law in the overwhelming majority of states making the repeated attempts at Federal Constitutional amendment superfluous. A few decades ago, racial discrimination was the law of the land. Less than century ago, women were disenfranchised, with only Utah (thank you, Mormons!) having had woman's suffrage.
31 states, the Federal government and my home outdoing them all, you say? I know! That's why I want that to change. It goes without saying that the change I would like to see is contrary to the position of those who do not want change; it's presupposed, logically. And, I have a red pen to break this to you if necessary.