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06/25/2013

How to know that girl you sat behind in high school opposes your civil rights

by Jeremy Hooper

With the Supreme Court decisions coming down tomorrow and the Human Rights Campaign's "go red" logo one of the most successful icons in social media history, this is the graphic that the National Organization For Marriage is now telling supporters to use as their own social media avatars:

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Kind of obscure. These three could just be playing red rover, for all we know.

And of course the kid could also be gay. Many of us LGBT folk did, in fact, have two-parent, male/female homes. We're still L, G, B. or T. And some of us are lucky enough to find love and get married with our loving parents right there beside us.

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