I know that I normally don't post twice in one day, but today is a very special occasion. America is making history, and that deserves a post all of its own.
Love is Love. It doesn't matter if you're a man, woman, or even a unicorn, everyone should have the right to be with the one with whom they are in love. This is a historic day in our nation, one of which I am very proud. I chose to do my final for my government class in my senior year of high school on LGBTQ rights and equality. There were such a small amount of states that had legalized gay marriage at the time, and New York had not yet done so. The day that I was supposed to graduate high school (June 24, 2011), I was bummed out because the ceremony got pushed back a day due to rain, but my spirits were lifted so much when I saw the news and realized that New York had legalized gay marriage. The following year, my best friend came out to me, and even though I had already felt so strongly about marriage equality, I felt even more passionate about equal rights for all. Now here we are, four years later, and the Supreme Court has declared marriage for all people legal in all fifty states. I am so proud to be an American today.
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