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Monday, January 25, 2021


The Obergefell ruling was — and still is — a cause for joy for queer people. It was a ruling that seemed like a sign that the government was finally making progress on LGBTQ+ rights and protecting our freedoms like those of any other American.

It gets… better?

Today, the reversal of Obergefell is feeling more and more like a real possibility, and it’s scary to contemplate a world where I and my community, instead of seeing continued progress, are even further marginalized by the government and once more deprived of our freedom to marry the people we love. 

Amy Coney Barrett officially replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Supreme Court, where conservatives lead a 6-3 majority, may have horrific effects on women’s rights. 

Continuing the Fight for Women’s Rights

People with uteruses have been scared for the protection of their reproductive rights for countless years. Unfortunately, those same people are waiting for the outcome of a terrifyingly hostile overturn of  Roe Vs. Wade that has been proposed by national Republican leaders.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett was selected by President Trump as a nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Dogma or Law?

Her personal beliefs would have no impact on the rest of the country if she was a private citizen or even a US Judge in the Court of Appeals, but the circumstances change with the Supreme Court.

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