There is no argument that can be made that can sway me from the fundamental belief that I am equal in every way both in the eyes of my God, and more importantly, in the eyes of the laws of this great country I so proudly call my homeland.
Prior to the arguments being heard, the Human Rights Campaign asked people to post a picture of, or replace their social media profile pictures with, the HRC's logo painted red to show support for marriage equality.
|The Human Right Campaign's logo.|
|In support of marriage equality.|
It is such a humbling honor to know all these people - family members, friends, former classmates, former colleagues, straight and gay, of all (and no) religious bents - are in my corner and are on the right side of history with me. It is overwhelming. Some of the people I expected to support this cause. Many surprised me. I like surprises.
When the Court finally rules, I don't know what will or won't change in the law. I do know that for me, personally, one day of Facebook in a sea of red has given me the hope to carry on and continue to fight for change.