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Why LGBT/Queer People Should Care As Much About the Voting Rights Act As DOMA and Prop8
The Supreme Court struck down a crucial piece of the Voting Rights Act today and all (most of) the gays on the Internet are talking about is the possible affect of DOMA and Prop8 tomorrow. Yes, the right to marry … Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Families, Essays, Featured, Headline, Legal Issues/ The Law, LGBT/Queer Politics, Off Our Chests, Opinions, Politics, Racial Politics, Trans/Genderqueer/Gender Non-conformity Tagged DOMA, feature, featured, feelings, feminist, law, legal analysis, politics, Prop 8, queer, race, SCOTUS, Supreme Court, Voting Rights Act, VRA Leave a comment