Rareviews go inside the lives of those in America whose stories we don't always hear.
Early on, they didn't know they were gay. Sometimes, they didn't even know what the word meant.
But eventually, they learned. They fell in love. They paired up. Sometimes, they got married. And now, they're the first generation to grow old openly gay.
" Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" of course you should be able to marry whoever you want.
Suzanne: Bachmann only said that because she's married to a gay man herself :)
According to Bachmann, gays have the same rights as everyone else. Gay men can still marry women and lesbians can still marry men.
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But what is the point of marriage if it's not to be with someone you truly love?
Very interesting story that needs more attention.
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