The attitude to homosexual and lesbian relationships has been altered. Viewpoints about people with non-traditional orientation have been changed as well. Religion is no exception.
Nowadays, non-heterosexual people have the same rights as straight people in the USA. They can marry without fear that society will judge them. If they have a child, its rights will be protected by the local laws. There are not many countries that protect people belonging to the LGBTQ+ community. There’s scarcely anything else outside of Europe and the United States.
Same-sex marriage has been legitimized not everywhere. Only around thirty counties have established marriage equality. Therefore, LGBTQ+ rights still need to be protected all over the world. Some countries recognize civil unions, which aren’t the same. It is a case of Switzerland.
And recently, marriage equality faced another delay in this country as the Council of States postponed the move to permit same-sex marriage.