Months back, there seemed to be some sort of trend with conservative bloggers coming out (see what I did there?) and admitting they were against gay marriage and the legalization of it, as if it takes some kind of bravery to admit that you're prejudice. #SorryI'mNotSorry.
I don't like to talk politics much, and certainly not on this blog, but today? I'm telling you that I am for marriage. And to me - that includes gay marriage, because you know gay people are just that...people. So their marriage? It's just marriage.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court (or the SCOTUS, as my law nerd husband likes to call it) started hearing arguments pertaining to gay marriage. And I hope and pray to God (because newsflash: liberals can believe in Him, too) that they do the right thing (and I do mean morally, not on the political spectrum) and change the world as we know it by allowing everyone in love to get married as they wish, to whom they wish. (What's funny is, being that I'm not gay, it wouldn't really change my world all that much - a fact that makes it all the more confusing to me why people care who other people marry.)