I have to say, I really think legalizing marriage is my most important issue. DOMA would HAVE to repealed for that to happen, but there's no guarantee that repealing DOMA would mean marriage equality. Workplace discrimination would also have to become less overt if the government recognizes the rights of same sex partners. Sure, it may happen, but if a boss is determined to get rid of an employee, for whatever reason, they'll find a way. I just feel that they'd be less likely to if it were on the books as a legally protected status. And, as far as bullying... kids bully. There's no way around that. I remember anti-bullying campaigns when I was in elementary school and I'm 20 years old. If it's still happening this often after this long with programs meant to stop it, clearly there's something wrong. Kids are going to be the ones to stop other kids from bullying. Think about yourself in middle school or high school..a classmate telling you what you just did was wrong is far more likely to make an impact than a lecture from a teacher, school official, parent, or professional speaker. Besides, if marriage equality existed, being gay would eventually stop being such a stigma in the first place.