After same-sex marriage, the future is complicated for LGBT rights

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When news broke that the U.S. Supreme Court declared a constitutional right to marriage equality in all 50 states last Friday, of course I was happy. But that excitement was slightly overshadowed by a pit-in-the-stomach feeling. A tidal wave of a question hit me instantly: What now?

Marriage has been at the forefront of the LGBT movement for an incredibly long time. Queer folks in the U.S. have been fighting against marriage bans since at least the 1970s, and those years of activism finally paid off this Pride Month.

Yet, because of the tight grip our community had on marriage, it’s difficult to have a clear plan in terms of what comes next. Read more…

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