All of the following photos were taken outside of the Supreme Court over the past two days during the DOMA and Prop 8 arguments. Basically, here’s what everyone outside of the Supreme Court was fighting for.
UPDATED: Even more bacon!
Guess which network was the least interested. Three very different approaches to a historic day.
NOM (National Organization For Marriage) held their own rally against gay marriage at the Supreme Court yesterday. Here’s everything that I learned.
I asked young, pro-gay marriage people outside of the Supreme Court to write a message to other young people that don’t. Here’s what they wrote.
The Supreme Court’s swing vote, Justice Anthony Kennedy, had a lot to say today. Spoiler alert: Outcome unclear.
“Blanche, will you marry me?”
I asked 20 young people at the Nation For Marriage rally to write on a pad of paper why they were supporting traditional marriage. Here’s what they wrote.
*Applauds* All y’all are really good at making signs. I haven’t seen signs this good in a LONG time.
There were a lot of demonstrators outside the Supreme Court Building Tuesday when the court heard arguments for Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Prop 8 case. Including this guy.
Director Rob Reiner says he still plans on directing a feature film version of Dustin Lance Black’s play 8.
The Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments and discussed the Proposition 8 case, Hollingsworth v. Perry, on Tuesday.
In the landmark case, justices appear unsure whether it should even have reached the Supreme Court.
People who couldn’t make it to the Supreme Court’s Prop 8 and DOMA arguments this week held their own rallies.
If a congressman’s official website is hosted on blogspot, he may not be a real congressman.
After the oral arguments end, Ted Olson refuses to read the tea leaves.
Opinion polling now favors same-sex marriage, but the Supreme Court has flouted public opinion in major decisions in the past.
Press Secretary Jay Carney ends the daily briefing after three questions on the subject.
With a new website reaching out to gays, the church makes its most definitive statement yet that people don’t choose their sexuality. Gay “lifestyle,” it says, is still a sin, though.
Marriage is on the ballot in four states Tuesday, but that’s just the beginning. “This is never over,” says Brian Brown.
The justices are scheduled to consider whether to hear appeals of any DOMA cases or a case challenging California’s Proposition 8.
Drugs? Depravity? Inbreeding? Elitism? Allgeyer isn’t sure, but he does know the judges who ruled in favor of same-sex marriage are delusional. Call in the EPA!
No, it’s not a creepy Photoshop from the darkest bowels of a slash fiction forum, it’s the shoot for Miley’s campaign with NOH8. NOH8 is a marriage equality and gay rights organization. Good for her.
FoxNews.com wants to know if Judge Walker made the right decision regarding prop 8. Click through the image below to vote YES and prove to Fox that equal rights apply to everyone.
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Prop 8 has been declared unconstitutional! In case you’re wondering exactly what the ruling has to say, here it is in its full, unedited form. Head over to Queerty for a breakdown of the most important points.
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A Federal district court in San Francisco overturned the heartless, Mormon-funded ban on gay marriage today. Yaaay!! (Until the appeals.) Read the decision in a PDF here.
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Bad things happen when you mix up Prop 8 and Prop 6. Starring Harvey Milk and Doc Brown.
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The only real way to fight the ‘homosexual lifestyle’ is to make gays experience the real joys of marriage. [Ed. note: Or make them live with Justin Long for a few years. Not really! This is a really cute and clever video.]
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Adooorable gay couple respond to the upholding of Prop. 8 the best way they know how: lip syncing. Come on, California, how could you not want to let that get married?!
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