Close your eyes.
Picture your spouse.
Think of how they make you feel. When you see them first thing in the morning. When you see them at the end of the day. When you see them after you’ve been apart even longer. When you are sharing close couple or family time together.
How do you feel when you see them smile? When you laugh with them? When you talk about your day with them? When you are making plans for the future with them? When you are doing the little day-to-day things together?
|Love. Should just be simple.|
Can you picture their hand in yours? How it feels when they hold you close? When your lips meet? When you make love? What does it do to your body? Your mind? Your soul?
Now, with that comfort you feel, the love that you feel, the warmth that rushes through you, those tingles that still excite you…does it really matter what sex they are? You’ve connected with them as a person for who they are on the inside. And for how they treat you. And for how they love you. And how they make you feel.
Why should heterosexual couples be able to have this (and all the legal and tax benefits that go with it) and gay and lesbian couples can’t?
Isn’t love just love?
|If gay marriage was the norm, we wouldn't need to parade. |
Well, we probably still would. Dang, we have the best parades.
Please support gay marriage during this election and help see that it becomes common place across the country. Everyone has a right to openly love and be loved.
It shouldn’t matter what we look like on the outside to love, we’re all pink on the inside.
Are you in a state where they are voting for gay marriage? Do you already live where gay marriage is legal? How do you feel about this issue? Does your religion affect your view? Please share below.