So, if you all have been living under a rock, the good old U.S. Supreme Court starts arguments about a state's right to refusal to recognize same-sex marriages from other jurisdictions and a state's right to refusal to license same-sex marriages. To ask your questions (people who have been living under a rock or not for the US), HRC (Human Rights Campaign) has put up a FAQ for y'all. It should answer any questions you have. Since this case has been around since 2013, the main reason why it's active now is to answer two questions: Does the Fourteenth Amendment require a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex? Does the Fourteenth Amendment require a state to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed out-of-state? - Wikipedia, Obergefell v. Hodges But, the main reason why this thread exists is to watch what happens. I mean, this case might cause same-sex marriage to be recognize in America. It might become an amendment. Which is one of the important moments in history. So, you guys or I will post updates of what's going on. Or talk about your side of the this case. Do you believe that LGBT+ members should be able to marry or not? Post anything that's related to the topic. Remember, this isn't a debate thread. So, no bitching towards each other because your views aren't the same. Anyways, let's move on. Shall we?