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In fact, Shelby seems to be teasing Scalia at times in his opinion.“In his dissenting opinion,” Shelby notes, “the Honorable Antonin Scalia recognized that [legalized gay marriage] was the logical outcome of the court’s ruling in In my opinion, however, the view that this Court will take of state prohibition of same-sex marriage is indicated beyond mistaking by today’s opinion. How easy it is, indeed how inevitable, to reach the same conclusion with regard to state laws denying same-sex couples marital status.Salt Lake City, Utah - SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) – Police are investigating a possible hate crime in which two gay men were attacked late Saturday night.The victim didn't want to be identified but he says he and his gay friend were attacked as he tried entering his home.“I just remember trying to get away from them,” recalls Rusty. I told them I live here."Both gay men were assaulted in this driveway by two strangers.To Scalia, these predictions were ominous and minatory: Fight back, the justice seemed to be saying, lest the terrible consequence of gay marriage blight our nation from coast to coast.
With all of efforts of the major LGBT organizations being made to legalize same-sex marriage, it leaves some single LGBT people wondering what all the fuss is about."The gay scene in New York can be too intimidating," says Meghann Novinskie, a relationship expert and owner of a completely offline dating agency geared specifically to LGBT people called Mixology.SALT LAKE CITY -- Ten years ago, we introduced you to Ben and Jessie Christensen, who married even though they both knew Ben was attracted to men. Nine and a half years into marriage, Ben left the church and his motivation to stay married faded. "She did better than I think most people would in that situation, but it was tough," Christensen said.“I haven’t been looking for a serious relationship in my early 20s.It’s great to just talk to people and meet up with people.”“I have a boyfriend right now whom I met on Tinder,” says Frannie Steinlage, a 34-year-old straight woman who is a health-care consultant in Denver.