Gay men only had to worry about a few questions in a relationship before this gay marriage thing took off. “Are you a top or bottom? And is it cool if I sleep with a few other dudes?” I now shake in my designer boots out of fear that my boyfriend will ask me to marry him.
Is what he did so wrong, so lacking in common sense, so evil, that he should be forced to resign?
The basic scenario for a same-sex couple that wants divorce is: They marry legally in State A. They move to State B, which doesn’t allow same-sex marriage. The flame dies, something dramatic happens, they took things too fast, etc. State B won’t grant them a divorce.
Yep, that Alexandra Hedison is one lucky lady.
The Red Scare of my youth has now been supplanted by a Rainbow Scare.
All I could think of is the millions of couples who have committed decades to each other, going through life’s ups and downs as a team only to be told by society, by laws, by our leaders that “You may feel married, but you aren’t.”
I will perform your gay wedding if you provide transportation expenses and suitable accommodations.
“We decided to take my grandmother’s maiden name. We will both be taking a new name and will be starting a new name and family at the same time.”
If you aren’t up for explaining to your child something that, on the surface, shouldn’t be overly difficult to explain, maybe you should step your game up.
It’s literally legalized discrimination against gay people, disguised as “religious protection”. Plus, the phone numbers and email addresses of the lawmakers who can stop it.