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Marriage Equality in The States, how did they make it?? :)

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Marriage Equality in The States, how did they make it?? :)

Message par Breeze le Sam 27 Juin 2015 - 6:37

Hey, everyone! So today, the SCOTUS ruled in favor of marriage equality. Until recently, homosexuality was pathologized in the USA, then after years of hard work, LGBT got equal rights & recognition. Today, marriage equality is a constitutional right. One of the most powerful passages of the ruling of the SCOTUS was:

“It is now clear that the challenged laws burden the liberty of same-sex couples, and it must be further acknowledged that they abridge central precepts of equality … Especially against a long history of disapproval of their relationships, this denial to same-sex couples of the right to marry works a grave and continuing harm. The imposition of this disability on gays and lesbians serves to disrespect and subordinate them. And the Equal Protection Clause, like the Due Process Clause, prohibits this unjustified infringement of the fundamental right to marry.”

I'm just so happy to know that in some parts of this world people are treated equally and politicians are working hard for the well-being of each and every individual regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, etc. I can't wait for the date on which Morocco rises up to the standards of the civilized nations and break away from a long history of repression, injustice, inequality, corruption, and so on.

If we want our country to change, we have to change. Let's accept ourselves and accept others, let's love ourselves and love others, let's draw a rainbow in our lives so that we'll be worth a rainbow all over the country. Each day is an opportunity to advance things in our favor and it's never too late or too early to start working and have faith is our cause because it's just and it's right.

Team & organized work is always the BEST !!
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