Tuesday, May 26, 2009

It's Today

The decision will be announced at 10 AM PST.

Will we celebrate, or begin to fight for our rights?

UPDATE: The California Supreme Court has upheld Prop H8 banning marriage equality in that state. It will, however, let stand the 18,000 marriages performed before last November's election.
This is a sad day.
A day in which California has allowed one segment of the population to feel the sting of discrimination yet again.
A day in which the LGBT community is told that we don't matter, that we don't count, that we are "less than"other American citizens.
It's discrimination, plain and simple.
It's wrong.
We all need to band together like we've never done so before and see to it that we are no longer undeserving of the same rights and privileges afforded the rest of the population.


DuPree said...

Hallelujah and amen.

I lived there for 11 years and it saddens me to see that gorgeous state and wonderful people so diminished in the eyes of the world.

Shame on California and the h8ters who made this happen.

Lou said...

Just saw this on the late news here. A good day for bigotry.