There’s no shortage of opinions when it comes to gay marriage. That’s for sure. The fact that California’s Proposition 8 made it all the way to the United States Supreme Court is a final testament to that fact, I think. Regardless of the upcoming outcome, now that the official arguments for Prop 8 are over; and the arguments for the Defense of Marriage Act are now set for tomorrow morning — we’ve got a lot of possible landslide legislative and cultural changes up and coming within just days.
One argument is the notion of effectively separating the institution of legal marriage into two parts, “marriage,” between a man and a woman, and “civil unions,” apparently, between any two people, with the same benefits of marriage — just… not. In other words, “Separate, but Equal.”
Haven’t we already figured out that that doesn’t work?
- Live Updates: Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court (news.yahoo.com)
- Eight basic questions to ask about redefining marriage (illinoisreview.typepad.com)
- Prop 8 and DOMA: There is Only One Correct Decision (thecrashculture.wordpress.com)
- California Gay Marriage Argument At High Court Tuesday (witn.com)
- Supreme Court Prepares for Landmark Gay Marriage Arguments (foxnewsinsider.com)
- Supreme Court Hears Argument Today On Challenges to Defense of Marriage Act, Constitutionality of Ban on Gay Marriages – Decision Could Impact Future Employee Benefit Issues (pgcompliancecoach.wordpress.com)
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