This Is Our Moment. Are You In?

Stockwell, Anne
July 2008
Advocate;7/1/2008, Issue 1010, p5
The author reflects on the California Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage. The author believes that if the Court's ruling is upheld, the legalization of gay marriage will spread throughout the U.S. If the ruling does not stand GLBT people will suffer their most humiliating setback to date.


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