New York State is celebrating marriage equality, and it’s beautiful.
|Niagara Falls by @LanceBass|
Governor Cuomo wholeheartedly declared July 24 as a day to commemorate marriage equality, which gives us even more to celebrate aside from the marriages of a lot of very happy couples. If you really want your heart warmed, click here to see Phyllis Siegal and Connie Kopelov right after they tied the knot. The Salt Lake Tribune has a huge gallery. And the Digital Cuttlefish has written a poem especially for the occasion: “My Marriage is Gay Today.” At least one hetero marriage has been changed by all this gay marrying!
By the time I, like Phyllis and Connie, am a white-haired old lady, I hope that every state has allowed same-sex couples to
suffer matrimony like the rest of us get married, and that the idea that the United States once was a place where people who loved each other couldn’t marry simply because of similar genitalia is as unbelievable to the youngsters as the idea of Jim Crow and bans on interracial marriages.
I think this calls for a song.
(And yes, I’ll have Los Links up later today. I’m horribly behind, but they’re coming.)