If you look at my blog for a long time, you will see that I have a habit of just writing about myself. The reason is that I write about the things that I am passionate about and then share them with you. You can find me writing about anything you want, and I think this is what makes my blog such a useful resource.
For example, I just finished writing a post about the recent Supreme Court decision in _Glover v. United States_. This case is currently being appealed, but in the end, this decision gives the federal government the power to force states to recognize same-sex marriage in their legal system. This decision basically says that those states with legal marriage equality can decide to do so, and that their citizens are just as entitled as anyone to the same rights and protections as those in the rest of the country.
One of the biggest arguments against same-sex marriage is that it will inevitably lead to discrimination against gays and lesbians. This is one of the biggest misconceptions that people often have in regards to gay rights. The truth is, the federal government is currently making some of the same arguments in their argument, and the Supreme Court has already ruled that same-sex marriage is legal in all fifty states.
Same-sex marriage is legal in all fifty states. So why is it legal in twenty-seven other states? Most people would say it’s because of the fact that it’s a federal law that states are allowed to decide. The same thing that makes it legal in all fifty states is also why it’s legal in twenty-seven other states.
Of course, you could just say that twenty-seven states are not allowed to make their state laws legal, but I’m sure that wouldn’t be too popular. For whatever reason, the states that have decided to legalize same-sex marriage are the ones that were the ones most likely to be affected by the Supreme Court ruling.