I've provided a link to it because I hope that you'll show it to someone who thinks that LGBT people get "special treatment."
I also hope that you'll show it to those people who say that we wouldn't have any problems if we kept quiet or stayed in the closet.
What Gross's letter points out so brilliantly is that we are targets of discrimination, not because of a "lifestyle choice," but because we are targeted for who and what we are. That is something most straight cissexual people never face. When was the last time you heard of a straight person being assaulted, much less killed, for being--or simply being perceived as--straight?
And when do straight married people have to defend their right to have the relationships they enjoy, and the privilege society affords them for doing so?
To the Santorums, and everyone else who feels bullied by gays and lesbians and transgender people, I say: Get over it. Toughen up. Grow thicker skin. Grow up. Hey, people told us those same things, and look how fierce and intimidating we've become!
And remember: If the queers are bullying you now, go and get an education and turn the tables. Tomorrow can be a better day for you.