- “It’s raining men” played a record number of times
- The four dissenting judges in the DOMA case now each own a large number of copies of The Bird Cage, which were given anonymously as gifts.
- Stereotypes are shaken up when, at the large number of celebratory pride parades, gay men dress in gaudy and unattractive outfits. (Their haircuts still look good though.)
- Glitter and paint sales skyrocket on Friday, as parade decoration plans are the main activity of the night.
Congrats to my friends who have been positively impacted by this! And to those who are feeling upset or negative about it, I’m sorry you feel that way. If there are people who believe that the idea of gay people getting married is bad or negative, please leave a comment and I’ll happily explain why I think it is not a bad thing.
Given that I average about one comment per post (or less), I’m not worried about a big controversial argument happening. If it does … cool (for my blog stats)! But, let’s play nice.
Comments on: "Unexpected Results of the DOMA Case" (2)
I totally agree with you and it makes me very happy!
These changes not only have an impact on close friends and people I know, it also impacts people in my own extended family.
Yeah I’ve got quite a few friends who were very happy about the case. I feel like, for most folks, if you know someone who it personally impacts … how can you not be happy about this?