3 States to “Legalize” Gay Marriage


Astounding that it somehow needs to be “legalized. But Maine, Maryland, and Washinton all seem to have done just that. (the only 3 states voting on the issue this time).

Cheers folks. Who would have ever thought that ideals such as love, commitment, and the rights that come with them would ever have to be legislated.

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I am a criminal. Because I have used cannabis and psychedelics extensively. I have tried many other drugs, but never cared for the uppers, downers, or dissociatives. I love craft beer, and absinthe, but don't care much for alcohols effects- which quite frankly, are boring and dangerous. Science is my religion. I am in my 40's, and have travelled extensively. And often forced myself outside of my confort zone. I am employed, a respected member of my communtiy, an animal lover, an environmentalist, a political junkie, and the realities I have experienced continue to push me further to the left of the political spectrum.
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2 Responses to 3 States to “Legalize” Gay Marriage

  1. melfamy says:

    It kills me when the righties say, “well, they can’t call it marriage”. Of course they can, and we can their marriages civil unions, which is what they are. At least, until all the gay marriages force them to get divorced, or whatever the fear is.

  2. James McPherson says:

    I’m happy to be in one of the three. We also legalized marijuana use, so the conservatives will be able to get high and forget their troubles. 🙂

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