We have to admit, it’s almost comical.
Historically, it’s always been the LGBTQ-ers of the world that have been called and considered “confused.”
Who’s confused now?
The United States of America, that’s who.
Missouri especially. Right now in St. Louis same-sex marriage is legal but not quite yet in other counties across the state.
To be exact, same-sex marriage is legal in thirty-two states. But, what happens to your hard-earned marriage when you cross into Tennessee? Does love become illegal?
Frankly, we second what Evan Wolfson, president of Freedom to Marry said when he urged the Supreme Court to “swiftly take these cases, affirm the freedom to marry, and bring national resolution once and for all.”
We grew up holding our hand over our heart and pledging allegiance to the flag, “one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.” Nowhere in there does it, did it or has it ever said, “depending on where you live.”
Tags: same-sex marriage, Supreme Court