A recent poll finds a majority of Americans, 53%, support legal same-sex marriage, up from 40% in 2007. Views on gay marriage are clearly changing, the "why" and "if" are slowly being replaced by "why not" and "when." Behind this shift, how are views of what it means to be gay changing? Are we moving from condemnation to tolerance and finally to acceptance? Author Andrew Solomon sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss this shift and the possibility of gay marriage.
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