Tag: supreme court

when love wins: how marriage equality + forgiveness in charleston have changed us

marriage equality has come to the US! i’ve been dying to write this post. i meant to do it yesterday, but i am so glad that i didn’t. i needed a little perspective. i needed to let it sink it a bit. though, i’m not sure it has really sunk in yet. in any case, had..

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what’s at stake: waiting for the supreme court to decide on love

2 0 0 9 / 2 0 1 0 five and a half years ago i married the most amazing woman. we got married in sweden, since she’s swedish. and, after 6 months of living in two different countries right after our marriage, i moved to sweden so we could create our life together. i’ve..

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it’s a double rainbow day!

“Bottom line here: the federal ban on recognizing same-sex marriages is dead. California’s ban on recognizing same-sex marriages is dead. There are 12 states in the country where this is now legal, and the political winds on this are blowing so hard in one direction that the idea that we will go back is almost..

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pins and needles.

waiting on pins and needles today as the supreme court is slated to determine the fate of the love and marriages of many families, including mine. yes, they say that today the highest court in the states will make their ruling on two cases regarding marriage equality. this is a big deal, both as a..

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