Just How Gay Marriage Became a Constitutional Appropriate

May 18, 1970, Jack Baker and Michael McConnell stepped into a courthouse in Minneapolis, paid $10, and sent applications for a wedding permit. The county clerk, Gerald Nelson, declined so it can have in their mind. Clearly, he told them, wedding had been for folks associated with the sex that is opposite it ended up being ridiculous to imagine otherwise. Continue reading Just How Gay Marriage Became a Constitutional Appropriate