Not that I’m aware of.
I don’t mean to discount your experiences, but it sounds like the “left” in this case is proposing a centrist idea, and the right wing parties are advocating extremist measures. (Super typical in USA political discussions, unfortunately)
I agree with you, and don’t think a compromise actually exists in the one you’re describing, and I don’t think compromise for it’s own sake is really a worthwhile goal
Everyone’s free to self-identify, and these people may believe they’re centrists because they’re looking for a centerpoint between two particular positions, but from my perspective, if you look at this particular example like a number line, where equal rights for all is at 0, no rights for gays is at +infinity, and no rights for cishets is at -infinity, if you find a “compromise” point between 0 and 100, even if you only “compromise” at 1, you’re still depriving some people of some rights, which I don’t think is a centrist position.
Maybe that’s that extreme centrism though?
(I realize I’m going all on on the axis/linear metaphors here, but @rvense I do think your point against axis metaphors is a good one… I have felt for a few years now that we really need better language and mental models around these kinds of discussions)