January 6, 2015
Hey guys! Today we’ve got more faggots and no freedoms!
On Tuesday, same-sex marriage will be legal throughout Florida.
But Monday, lesbian and gay couples were married in Miami by the same judge who said she saw no reason they couldn’t immediately get their licenses.
Florida will become the 36th U.S. state where same-sex marriages are legal statewide.
The addition of Florida’s 19.9 million people means 70% of Americans now live in states where gay marriage is legal.
The courtroom erupted in cheers when Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel cleared the way for the licenses issued to Cathy Pareto and Karla Arguello, and Jeff and Todd Delmay. Then she presided over their weddings in a dual ceremony.
More than 60% of voters approved an amendment to Florida’s constitution to ban same-sex marriages in 2008. But judges in Florida, as in many other states, found that such bans violate the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of equal treatment and due process.
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle struck down the state’s gay marriage ban back in August, but he issued a stay of proceedings that expired Monday.
On New Year’s Day, Hinkle clarified his order stating that all 67 Florida clerks are obliged to issue licenses starting Tuesday.
Are any of you guys sick of hearing about faggots?
Are there any of you who don’t get the mental image of what “gay” actually is every time you hear about them?
They have tried so hard to separate the identity from the behavior upon which the identity is based, but I just can’t separate the two in my mind – much as I’d like to.