The Supreme Court issued a ruling Friday morning legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states. The 5-4 decision found that the Constitution's guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law overturns all gay-marriage bans across the country.
Just try to imagine it: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performing at your wedding, alongside Mary Lambert and Madonna (!). Superstars like Beyonce and Paul McCartney crying tears of joy watching you get married. Celebs like Anna Kendrick snapping shots of you while you say your vows, repeating the words after officiant Queen Latifah.
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What I don't understand is why there is the need by so many to chastise those who don't believe or choose the same lifestyle they do. Who are we as a people to say someone can or cannot live "happily ever after" based on the fact their lifestyle differs from our own...
When the Supreme Court announced their decision earlier this week to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act by 5-4 margin, there were equal amounts of joy and celebration from those who supported the decision, along with disdain and disappointment in the system from those who opposed it. Then there were / are those who support the decision, despite the fact it goes against the teaching of their r
Thanks to the Supreme Court, it was a big day for gay rights in America today -- not only can California resume marrying gay couples, the federal government must now bestow gay married couples the same list of 1000+ benefits that married straight couples get.
This means it’s also a big day for all those celebrity couples who’ve said they wouldn’t marry until their gay compatriots had the same righ