Of course. I was mad until I read what Andrew Sullivan wrote about it-- he's a gay man, with a non-legal spouse in New York. Just like inter-racial marriage, the best way here is slow and steady. As people see gay couples go about their lives, not hurting anything, they'll see that it's wrong to deny them the same things everyone else gets. People saw an interracial couple, and realized the world wasn't ending, and the laws against them fell.
It stinks, but if people aren't ready for it, then forcing it on them will cause resentment.
It was a closer percentage than last time, so progress is being made for them. I am against it personally, but if the people vote via majority for it, so be it. There are lots of laws I don't agree with that I voted against, that's how you enact change. Forcing something on people does cause resentment, be it gay marriage, taxes, wearing seatbelts, etc.