My question involves civil rights in the State of: Any US
I was having a discussion today about the recent SCOTUS decision to not hear Elane Photography v. Vanessa Willock. The statement "It seems like simply being gay is sufficient to win a lawsuit these days." was made, to which I responded "I don't think merely being homosexual is enough to win a lawsuit, lots of gay people don't win." The counterpoint "Can you think of any lawsuits where the gay person lost?" was asked and I found I could not.
Is there a forum goer present more knowledgable than I that knows of any? Gay legal victories are certainly gathering a lot of press, but surely not every lawsuit is being won (wouldn't it statistically be about half? Or am I wrong?). Can someone point me towards a few, or how to find some on my own? If I am incorrect, and every lawsuit you can think of HAS been won by the homosexual party, please let me know that as well.