posted on Jul, 11 2015 @ 02:06 PM
It's been a some time now since the SCOTUS ruled that gays can obtain a recognized license from any state in the Union thanks to that evil equal
protection clause that the anti-gay folks really hate.
In that time I have not been forced out of my heterosexual marriage. My wife and I still love each other despite this ruling. Our little girl is still
into princesses, and seems normal. To top it off I have not been kidnapped by a group of rabid gay men and forced to get gay married...I'm still a
conservative, still own guns and work on manly mechanical stuff.
Today I even went out to my local Kansas college district, hung out at a trendy liberal coffeehouse, and still didnt develop a taste for the phallus,
nor did I buy a Streisand album. The sky didn't burst into a torrent of rainbows and Chippendale's dancers waving penises in my face.
I'm still me. I'm still a straight dude who loves his wife and kids. I'm still a soldier serving in the US Army, along side of gay Americans who love
this country as much as I do.
Nothing changed. Other than we are a little less compartmentalized in the eyes of the law. To me it is a victory for liberty.
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