A group has released a video asking for tolerance for those who feel “oppressed” by gay marriage.

In the nearly 3-minute video by Catholic Vote, teary-eyed young people reveal their opposition to the Supreme Court's recent ruling striking down state bans on gay marriage.

Young Catholics at first tell viewers that they are apprehensive about revealing their true feelings.

“I am a little bit nervous about people kind of hearing that I am this way and then thinking, 'Well she's not welcome here,'” one woman says.

“I would say I'm different,” a man says. “Real different.”

All state that they believe “marriage is between a man and a woman.”

“No one should be looked down upon. No one should be suppressed. No one's views should be suppressed,” a man says.

Another man says he “loves” his gay friends, then adds: “What I do feel insecure about is speaking from the heart and being really open and honest about what I believe.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

The video, which has been viewed more than 1.1 million times on YouTube, has sparked a number of parodies.

A video by YouTube comedian Soundly Awake has three people who say they feel oppressed because of their sexist and racist views.

“Nobody's views should be suppressed, especially if they oppress marginalized groups of people,” a woman tells viewers.

The video ends with the caption, “It's just my opinion. But it's also the truth. But it's just my opinion.”