23 thoughts on “Fucking A.

  1. Glenda

    Assuming you are speaking of the decisions handed down today by the Supreme court – I wept tears of joy!

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  2. Treasure

    gone baby gone. It’s a better world tonight than it was this morning

  3. Kat

    I am so, so happy for everyone south of the border today. 😀 It’s about gawd darn time.

    1. Ah, it was a day we all have been fighting for… the downfall of DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act. DOMA WAS a United States federal law that allows states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages performed under the laws of other states. Until Section 3 of the Act was ruled unconstitutional in 2013, DOMA, in conjunction with other statutes, had also effectively barred same-sex married couples from being recognized as “spouses” for purposes of federal laws, or receiving federal marriage benefits. (stole that language there). Basically said that marriage is an act as defined by a state and if the state says there is to be gay marriage, then so be it. But on a federal level, anyone gay or straight will be considered “married” if they so choose to be married.

      The Supreme Court also REFUSED to consider hearing arguments for Prop 8, the progenitor of the NOH8 campaign saying that an individual(s) do not have the right to challenge its overturning in California and that basically those people can go suck it. So gay and lesbian couples CAN marry in California now.

    2. It is awesome. We also just got word that the California courts have lifted the injunction so all people in California can marry… no matter their spouses’ gender. 😀

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