"I don’t think you hate me. I certainly don’t think you’re afraid of me. Neither is Bristol Palin. She probably even has LGBT people she calls friends. She just disagrees with them about whether they should be invited to the party (the party, in this case, being marriage).
But here’s the problem: the basis of that disagreement is her belief that her relationships are intrinsically better than ours."
-From Wayne Self's Aesop to the Right: Why I Believe Bristol Palin. It's well worth a read, and explains privilege/supremacy through story in a very brilliant way. [CN: Homophobia and Christian Supremacy discussed in the post.]