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They had far more money and volunteers, and geography was on their side, given that New England has been more accepting of same-sex marriage than any other region of the country. Yet gay rights supporters suffered a crushing loss when voters decided to repeal Maine’s new law allowing gay men and lesbians to wed, setting back a movement that had made remarkable progress nationally this year.
Why are people still so vehemently opposed to gay marriage
This is a clear case of the democratic process failing the American people.
Originally posted by The Transhumanist
Didn't the civil rights movement attempt to "ram change down America's throat?"
Does that mean it was the wrong way of doing things? I can't blame people for demanding rights now rather than biding their time.
gays didn't have to sit at the back of the bus gays didn't get crosses burned on their yards their daughters raped their sons murdered their houses burned