One month after Washington State voters approved the state's marriage equality law in Ref. 74, same-sex couples get marriage licenses for the first time on December 6th, 2012. At around 1:30am, Larry Duncan, 56, left, and Randy Shepherd, 48, from North Bend, Wash. got their marriage license. The two plan to wed on December 9th, the first day it is possible for them to wed in a church in Washington State. They have been together for 11 years. Originally from Dallas, Texas, they moved here 7 years ago because it's more gay friendly. Randy is a computer programer and Larry is a retired psychology nurse.
Seriously who, WHO, would tell these two gentleman that they cannot get married?
I actually feel sorry for people who are on the wrong side of this issue, because for years to come as gay marriage and relationships become more and more mainstream, they will have to keep their prejudice hidden away more and more from a society that will no longer accept homophobic statements, until eventually the only person they will be able to share it with is the person looking back at them in the mirror.
Who, by the way, is most likely gay.