June 26, 2015. Would have been Jim's 81st Birthday. SCOTUS affirms the Constitutional Right to Same-sex marriage. Darryl's and my marriage is officially ratified and legal in Georgia and the entire U.S.
Here are some recent posts on Facebook and two earlier Blog entries on marriage...
White House lit in rainbow colors after Supreme Court marriage ruling
The Definition of Marriage
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Our marriage in Provincetown
Whatever you think of traditional marriage, the expansion of the fundamental right to marry to gays and lesbians is a powerful and moving affirmation of our human rights, giving legitimacy and recognition to same-sex relationships and the love that heretofore dare not speak its name. Heterosexuals may not always realize just how much this means to us, because they have never had to "come out," never had to pretend to have feelings other than those they already have. Seeing gay relationships praised, celebrated publicly before family and friends, and having *all* the considerable legal benefits, is nothing short of breathtaking, awesome, and a wonder to behold.
Same-sex marriage brings out the gays in the U.S.A.
Where did all these gay people come from?!
Gay marriage is now legal in North Carolina
Same-sex marriage became legal in North Carolina Friday, with a federal judge ordering the state to immediately put aside its ban.
Yesterday, Darryl and I attended the Marriage Equality Rally at Atlanta City Hall. It was a gorgeous, Georgia, breezy, autumn afternoon. Here are my photographs form the rally as well as a link to a site that includes the presentations of a host of speakers. Following is a post I made last week about Marriage.