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Love and Truth and Justice

Posted by Ryuujin , Jun 26 2013 · 349 views

always win in the end.

so happy right now.


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*fanfare*

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Hahli Husky
Jun 26 2013 03:03 PM

Man I am still super pumped

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Brooklyn Pace-Carlisle
Jun 26 2013 07:19 PM

so happy

 

-Tyler

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Princess Grr
Jun 26 2013 07:38 PM

now let's just keep it that way!  and move onto the next issue. i'm thinking workplace rights for trans*persons and moving the DOMA victory to a full-on federal law allowing marriage equality.

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now let's just keep it that way!  and move onto the next issue. i'm thinking workplace rights for trans*persons and moving the DOMA victory to a full-on federal law allowing marriage equality.

 

 Federal law? Oookay.

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now let's just keep it that way!  and move onto the next issue. i'm thinking workplace rights for trans*persons and moving the DOMA victory to a full-on federal law allowing marriage equality.

While I agree with the sentiment it really isn't up to the Federal government to regulate marriage at all. I believe this was one of the reasons portions of DOMA were struck down.

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I live in Texas. It's going to be a loooooong time. =/

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It hasn't won. There's still a way to go.

 

Don't give up the fight, people.

 

 

now let's just keep it that way!  and move onto the next issue. i'm thinking workplace rights for trans*persons and moving the DOMA victory to a full-on federal law allowing marriage equality.

 

 Federal law? Oookay.

 

 

Personally, I think that's what it'll take. Something like the Civil Rights Act of 1964. I don't think *certain states* will ever allow it otherwise.

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I know. I'm just saying it always wins in the end.
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