Just to clarify: marriage equality was not legalized across the country today. However, today’s supreme court decisions will strengthen marriage equality laws in states that have already passed them, encourage other states to pass pro-equality legislation, and almost certainly lead to an even bigger supreme court case in a few years that WILL legalize marriage equality nationwide.
When a state that refers to itself as ‘the Land of Lincoln’ is unable to grant equal rights to all its citizens, something is wrong.
Must be a great day to live in Minnesota- unless you’re Michele Bachmann.
Irony: Michele Bachmann may have won re-election in Minnesota, but Minnesota is likely going to legalize marriage equality within a year.
National Coming Out Day is tomorrow. I would come out, but I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t already know.
Today, California became the first state in the U.S. to ban trying to ‘cure’ gay people.
Just moments ago, The Democratic party voted to support the freedom to marry as an official plank in the party’s platform. Democrats are now on record as the first major political party in U.S. history in favor of true and full equality for same-sex couples. Freedom To Marry Campaign (via lgbt-rights)
Just did an interview at a local news station about marriage equality.
I guess I’m officially an activist and stuff.
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