Look, protesting in and of itself is one thing. But when you cross the line into accusations and harassment and then go a step further into vandalism, you're not doing yourself or anyone else who is gay any favors. Below we have a lovely sign from a protest in front of an LDS church in New York. That's not helping anyone. You can't protest the passage of Proposition 8 by attacking others! People are each entitled to their own individual viewpoint on matters (even viewpoints that you don't agree with), but you're not going to get them to see things your way by attacking them. When people are attacked (just like animals) they go on the defensive. This methodology is NOT helping!
Now the No on Proposition 8 folks are tracking down the donors who contributed to the Yes on Proposition 8 campaign and making their lives a living hell. They're identifying donors online and they're staging boycotts of select businesses. Don't you see how backwards that is?! You're going about it the wrong way! Instead of spending all of your time and energy boycotting businesses or individuals who are against you, why don't you take that same time and that same energy and put it into supporting businesses or individuals who supported you? If you want someone to support you, show them what their support will mean to you! Support their business! Buy their products! Make a concerted effort to give back to those who are on your side! Why are you ignoring them and paying attention to the other side (who has already WON, by the way. For now, it is over.) Backwards. You're doing this all backwards.