More and more of my acquaintances simply don`t care about gay marriages
I think in the general scheme of things, Poles are more concerned with what affects them in daily life, and gay marriage isn't something that they particularly dwell on. This is my experience anyway, from mixing with, working with, and living with Poles. The usual suspects here want to make a big issue out of it, which tells me more about them than it does about Poles. Sure, there are people everywhere who still hold prejudices, but by and large, I feel this is the older rather than the younger generations.
we might be tempted to presume that the changes in Polish opinions on gay marriage are partly caused by the influence of British culture.
If people live in a country long enough, some things are bound to rub off, and the UK as a society, is far more open and accepting of gay people than is Poland. I think that this may have some bearing on it, but I think that attitudes in Poland are changing anyway. The country reminds me very much of how Britain was in the 1950s, including the attitude toward gay people, but now I think that Poland is going through a metamorphosis, just as the UK did.
once it went past that into the hateful rhetoric of how some people feel about two individuals choice to love one another, the thread lost its meaning.
On PF it was never going to end any other way. This thread is a golden opportunity for the small minority of posters here who love to do nothing more than spread hate. Only seems to be directed at gay men though, lesbians seem to be ok ;)
Tu jest POLSKA nie Bruksela, tu sie pedalowania NIE POPIERA!!!
Stay stuck in the past if you want, but your views are becoming more and more outdated.
My only surprise is that you didn't follow it up with Polska dla Polaków!