I find it ironic that the state I grew up in just passed a gay marriage bill and the progressive state I moved to as an adult is still fighting that battle.
Well, I guess that a state that was established by a guy that thought the puritans were a little to puritanical. Roger Williams sought religious freedom, leaving England and arriving in the new world, Boston to be exact in 1631. He ended up actually purchasing the land that is now The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations from the native indians. Imagine that. Jews, quakers, and any other persecuted for their religious beliefs ended up here. I can't be sure but I think a guy that believed in complete religious toleration, separation of church and state, and political democracy might just believe in equal rights for all.
So Rhode Island hats off to you and to all my friends still there - get married. Show the world that your marriage does not affect anybody but you.
Then there is France! In spite of very small but vocal opposition they have also passed a law allowing gay marriage and making it legal for gay people to adopt children. Imagine that. Some crazy people want to adopt children and give them a home and love them How crazy is that?
Well California what the fuck is wrong with you? The rest of America I ask the same question. Supreme Court don't wimp out and make no decision. Make a decision that gives people that love each other the opportunity to get married and end up divorced like over 50% of the straight people that get married in this country.