Here is a photo by Stephen Mally from the New York Times. It is of an Iowa rally to unseat the three judges who voted to legalize gay marriage.
Hey, every person in this photograph: I'm keeping this photo. I'm going to print it out, put it in a shoebox, and keep it for a decade or two. And then one day, when your children ask you what you were doing during the gay civil rights movement, I'm going to walk over to each of your houses, open my wallet and pull out a rumpled, faded portrait of you and all your friends campaigning against our generation's equivalent of interracial marriage.
It's going to be an awesome sight. Your kids are going to be so ashamed of you. You're going to look like the real people from Mississippi Burning. I'd bet those people don't have Mississippi Burning film posters in their TV rooms. Know why they don't? Because they were proven wrong.