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Jon Stewart Nails Anti-gay Marriage Arguments At The Supreme Court

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Bitch Slaps Opponents Of Marriage Equality

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had the perfect response to every argument against gay marriage put forward at the Supreme Court on Tuesday (28 April).
The 82-year-old justice has become a liberal champion for her support of gay marriage and has been dubbed the 'notorious RBG' by younger fans.
First, Ginsburg promptly shut down the argument that the court does not have legal right to change a 'millennia' of tradition. 'Marriage today is not what it was under the common law tradition, under the civil law tradition. Marriage was a relationship of a dominant male to a subordinate female.
That ended as a result of this court's decision in 1982, when Louisiana's Head and Master Rule was struck down,' she said. 'Would that be a choice that state [still] should be allowed to have? To cling to marriage the way it once was?' 'No' was the monosyllabic reply from John Bursch, the lawyer representing the four states seeking to preserve their bans on gay marriage.
Then Ginsburg destroyed the argument that marriage is for procreation. 'Suppose a couple, 70-year-old couple, comes in and they want to get married?,' she said. 'You don't have to ask them any questions. You know they are not going to have any children.'
Next, Ginsburg dismissed the argument that gay marriage 'impinges on the state' and takes benefits away from straight couples. 'How could that be, because all of the incentives, all of the benefits of marriage affords would still be available,' she said. 'So you're not taking away anything from heterosexual couples. They would have the very same incentive to marry, all the benefits that come with marriage that they do now.' Case closed!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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Two male high school athletes attend prom together in West Virginia without incident 

They were just like any other couple at last weekend's Mussleman High School senior prom - except they weren't.
Michael Martin, a Mussleman senior, and his boyfriend Logan Westrope, were the only same-sex couple at the event held at The Heritage Hall in Inwood, West Virginia.
'We knew this would be a night to remember,' Westrope, who attends a different school, tells Outsports.
'We walked in, checked in with our tickets, and were off to have fun! At first we were both a little hesitant to hold hands, not knowing how the rest of the student body would react. But after a short while, we were always next to each other and danced together the whole night.' 
Martin is a three-sport standout athlete in swimming, tennis and soccer making all-conference in the first two sports and all-state as a soccer goalie. Westrope attends Hedgesville High School where he is on the tennis team.
The couple has been dating for four months and Martin asked Westrope to be his prom date last month. Among the songs the pair slow danced to were Sam Smith's Stay With Me and John Legend's All of Me. 'At the moment when the slow songs played, we would just stare into each other's eyes and would think of how lucky we are to have each other,' Westrope says.
'We didn't hear any negative comments ... a lot of people would come up to us (especially the girls) and say, "You both are so cute!" or "You guys look great!" Once we left the prom, I remember Michael saying to me in the car, "Logan, this is our last prom and I'm so glad I got to spend it with you." I couldn't have asked for a more perfect night.'

Christian Terrorist Trying to Force Christian Litmus Test On All Politicians Over Potential Marriage Equality Ruling

Mat Staver, head of the Christian conservative Liberty Counsel, declared last week that signing a pledge to defy a Supreme Court ruling striking down state bans on gay marriage would be a litmus test for all presidential candidates.
Republican presidential hopefuls Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee have signed the pledge, promising to “stand together in defense of marriage” because allowing nationwide same-sex marriage would “undermine the fundamental rights of children and threatens their security, stability and future.”

Appearing on Newmax's American Forum to discuss the issue, Staver, a co-author of the pledge, said that pledging to defy the possible ruling would be a litmus test for all presidential hopefuls.
“We're going to ask every presidential candidate – Republican and Democrat – to sign on to this pledge and it's going to be very telling if they don't,” Staver said.

I have a better idea, let's give them a litmus test stating they won't legislate/ impose any religious beliefs on American citizens...just like the constitution guarantees. 

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Opening Arguments For Marriage Equality

As expected, the US Supreme Court appeared sharply divided today during oral argument for marriage equality cases in four states that could make gay marriage legal throughout the country. Justice Anthony Kennedy, who cast the deciding votes two years ago in rulings that gutted the Defense of Marriage Act and allowed same-sex marriages to resume in California, sounded cautious about doing so again.
'The word that keeps coming back to me is "millennia,"' Kennedy said during the hearing. 'This definition (between a man and a woman) has been with us for millennia. It's very difficult for the court to say, "Oh well, we know better."'
Chief Justice John Roberts echoed that sentiment saying: 'You're not seeking to join that institution, you're seeking to change what the institution is.' But Kennedy also remarked that the 'principle purpose of marriage was to afford dignity to the couples, which is denied to same-sex couples.'
Some of the conservative justices mentioned familiar arguments in their questions and remarks. Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. asked whether groups of four people must be allowed to marry if they were to rule for marriage equality and Antonin Scalia wondered if some members of the clergy would be required to perform same-sex weddings ceremonies that are against their religious beliefs.
The more liberal justices had a far different take. 'You are not taking away anything from heterosexual couples' with same-sex marriage, Ruth Bader Ginsberg said at one point. Justice Sonia Sotomayor asked: 'How does withholding marriage from one group increase the value to the other group?' The court is expected to hand down its ruling in June in what is six cases from four states that have been consolidated from Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.
The justices are weighing whether the Fourteenth Amendment of the US constitution requires a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and if it requires a state to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed out of state.
Their ruling will determine whether same-sex marriage will become legal nationwide. It is currently legal in 37 US states plus the District of Columbia. If the court does not rule in favor of marriage equality, individual states would still have the ability to ban same-sex marriage.

Another Anti-gay Republican Politician Outed On Grindr

From Pink News:
Randy Boehning says he was outed in retaliation for voting against legal protections for gay people.
A 21-year-old man, Dustin Smith, said he was sent sexually explicit messages and photos by someone he recognised to be Mr Boehning. He told the Fargo Forum: “”How can you discriminate against the person you’re trying to pick up?”
After initially denying it, Mr Boehning confirmed that the photos were of him. He said: “That’s what gay guys do on gay sites, don’t they?
“That’s how things happen on Grindr. It’s a gay chat site.
“That’s what we do, exchange pics on the site.”
He said he had voted against gay rights bills because he had been threatened by another politician, and said he would have lacked credibility if he had changed his mind after declaring how he intended to vote.
Mr Boehning also said he was representing the people of Fargo, and believed that was how his constituents would want him to vote.

He says he is glad to no longer be in the closet, and confirmed he is also attracted to women.

See, it's okay, he's not really a fag, he still likes many times have we heard some self loathing closeted cocksucker say that?

Monday, April 27, 2015

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