Denial is not how I'd prepare for hard times.<quoted text>
Just as many states had such laws (even some in their constitutions) against *interracial* marriage until the US Supreme Court's 1967 decision in the Loving v. Virginia case.
I guess you missed the fact that same-sex marriage is also legal in Maryland, Washington state, and Iowa.
And considering your grasp of the facts, we all know what trust we can place in your predictions.
Yeah, the legal recognition of same-sex marriage can be such an obstruction to homophobia.
It's true that the states had laws against inter-racial marriage until that decision. That doesn't even begin to make you think about how the law really works, does it?