Perspective.

Bowers v. Hardwick, upholding the right of states to enact and enforce sodomy laws, 1986.

Romer v. Evans, striking down Colorado’s anti-gay constitutional amendment, 1996.

Lawrence v. Texas, striking down sodomy laws, 2007.

United States v. Windsor, striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act, 2013

And now, in 2015, Obergefell v. Ohio, extending same sex marriage rights to everyone throughout the land.

That’s thirty years.

Now, on to the fight for equal housing — for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or race — and equal employment — for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or race or disability status..

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