None whatsoever. That goes both ways.What right is there to force someone else to agree with your view?
Such folks are just living. Doing something in public view isn't forcing anything on anyone, least of all forcing anyone to agree with the point of view or activity.I have no problem with the 'right' of two men holding hands and kissing. I don't want to be educated about their 'right' and having my children see that behavior.
And yet, that public activity exists and is seen, hence it has the potential to educate those who would see. As with carrying a firearm, what one has the opportunity to see is the simple fact that peaceable folks carrying are not materially different from other peaceable folks. In the same way in which one couple expressing their affection isn't materially different than another.
Public activity of this nature isn't forcing anyone to do anything. It's merely living. It's also disallowing that anyone else has the right to force such things to not be done, to be seen as baaaaaaad, to be branded illegal.
That's a strong underlying point the article makes, though I doubt it was the intention of the authors.