When 70% of Americans under age 35 support marriage equality, it's inevitable EVERYWHERE eventually. The only question is will it take 2 years or 5 years or 10 years or 20 years to get there. Compared to other civil rights battles (blacks, women, etc), the gay rights movement has actually moved along very fast- though I admit to feeling frustrated at the seemingly slow pace of change at times.Know what I've also seen, though?
MANY, MANY people and "pundits" saying that if marriage equality is inevitable anywhere, it's inevitable in New York and is a matter of time -- sooner rather than later.
Which I agree with.
If this doesn't happen this year, it's GONNA HAPPEN next year or the year after. This is in sight.
I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that we will see nationwide marriage equality in the next 20 years, but likely much sooner.