They might get to keep “the precious power” of voter initiatives, but we might get marriage.
Prop 8 defenders argue that releasing the footage puts ban supporters who spoke at the trial in danger, but really we just want to harshly judge their outfits.
“Hence they have completely misinterpreted my research.”
Carmen’s Team Pick: I have at my fingertips “23 Portraits of Gay Couples Who Can’t Get Married,” and even though it is not good news I want to show it to you anyway, because it is such a testament to love.
The brief that John Boehner and his lawyer Paul Clement filed to try to have Edith Windsor’s case against DOMA dismissed is exactly as full of anti-gay gems as you thought it would be.
Successful Mormons have to hide their true identity! They’ve been persecuted for their marriage practices! They’re marginalized and misunderstood! Now they’re winning! You know, just like they won Prop 8.
We won a thing in California again! However if we hadn’t won THIS thing, I’d probably be screaming from my eyeballs right now. Real loud.
This is right up there with “the most offensive things you a-holes have done to us.”
“But for myself, I certainly support the right of gay brothers and sisters to come together.”
“We’ve just begun to fight.”
We’re all tired of waiting for Prop 8 to finally be struck down permanently in court, and Equality California thinks we might be better off doing it on our own.
After today’s ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, same-sex couples in California still can’t get married.
He’s “a different kind of gay activist.” He’s “a little wilder.” And he’s been working for 3 years to expose the Mormon involvement in the Prop 8 campaign. This may be a Republican even my gay mom could love.
Judge James Ware was appointed to fill the spot that Judge Vaughn Walker (of Prop 8 Trial fame) left when he retired. Except who even is this guy?
Gay marriage, civil union, domestic partnership: when does this annoying process end and when do the bachelorette parties begin?! Am I right?! No, really, am I? Well, believe it or not, there is a shining light in the many debacles and debates raging over gay partnerships in the United States- and it’s gay legislators.
Anti-gay parents denied right to adopt, fighting for same-sex marriages to resume in California, a lesbian got sent home from the army for being “lovestruck,” and everything else you/we missed.
The day that ALL THE MARRIAGE THINGS happened!
The California Supreme Court has not made a ruling on the issue of standing in the Prop 8 appeal, but they have announced that they’re going to.
In today’s edition of “I am gay and want to do things anyway,” gays are still trying to legally be in love, around the world, and state rights are still proving to be ineffective ways to govern the love lives of American gay people (ahem).
Confused by what happened in California today? Don’t worry, so is everyone else.