We won't- until we all can.
I remember walking down the halls listening to the girls infront of me talking smack about my Gf and I. When I dated a guy it didnt matter. The second i announced i was dating my longtime best friend the rumors started flying. Gym was a nightmare. My girlfriend and i would get pinecones thrown at us. Students werent the only ones that gave us problems. One of our teachers *no names* would do a hallway check. If anything looked possibly gay she would tell us to take it off or send us to the office. My friend liked nailpolish. She said he would have to take it off or she would write him up. On the National Day of Silence, our rainbow clad FLAGS and LGBQ would tape our mouths for the day. The problem teacher made everyone of us, my friends and i, stand up so the entire class could look at us and she wouldnt let us sit down until we talked. She went around the room and i was the only one that didnt say anything. When I had to get a test from her she made me talk before i could leave the front of the room. It was terrible. i hated it.
High school on the other hand you say "im ......" and no one really seems to notice. They may ask questions but there is no difference. I love it! maybe its because we are on a college campus and it makes us a bit more accepting, i dont know. Whatever it is though i wish more schools would pick up this because i love being able to go to school, date who i want to date and not feel pressured by students or teachers to make a decision that is not based on my beliefs.
I hope the same will go for the day that i want to get married.