Saturday, October 18, 2014

That Happened Fast

As of today gay and lesbian couples can legally marry in every state that I have ever called home:  Arizona, New Mexico (however briefly) , Virginia, and Washington.  Of the four, only my current home state, Washington, enacted same sex marriage on its own without a court order.  We even defeated a referendum to repeal the legislation. 

update:  The Navajo Nation, where I lived for five of my Arizona years, does not recognize same-sex marriage.  As a bilaga'ana I can't really call my years there home but they remain a part of me still.



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