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What Does Obama's 'Marriage Equality' Mean for Bisexuals?

1morethot Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 4:05 PM
And when they interject "rights" when rights are not relevant.
Rochesternative Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 4:25 AM
You CAN marry. Just someone of the opposite gender. Anyhow, "equally under the law" is in regard to court appearences. Why don't you work for the equality of a group that really needs help: children trapped in urban schools that are failing. Now THAT is a civil right being denied.
Aura Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 6:10 PM
But rights are relevant: the US Constitution says that all Americans are to be treated equally under the law, and the US Supreme Court has called marriage "a fundamental right."
President Barack Obama, occupant of the bully pulpit, set aside the past month to celebrate a most peculiar thing.

"Now, each June since I took office," Obama said in a June 15 speech at the White House, "we have gathered to pay tribute to the generations of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans who devoted their lives to our most basic of ideals -- equality not just for some, but for all."

Among the places our president said he wanted "equality not just for some, but for all" -- that is, presumably, including "bisexuals" -- is in the institution of marriage....