Thank you! I have a lot of gratitude for rational minded people that understand the plights that minorities face today and have faced in the past. As an (half) black, bisexual, atheist, I myself know the hurtfulness that intolerance brings to a great extent. Worse still, my father exhibits racist and homophobic remarks himself even though he has been a victim of racism. It is very depressing. I call him out on it every time. Then there are some people of sexual minorities that judge bisexuals, going so far as to say we dont exist and are just afraid to accept ourselves as gay or straight. Ignorance and intolerance are the main problems, so I'm definitely not just saying all "white" people are the only problems. It is a sad reality but it is reality and we as a species should try our best to establish a society where all people are treated justly. Anyway, I feel we've gotten a bit off topic so I will say for marriage, the ruling is absolutely the correct one. But personally I feel that marriage as an establishment is incredibly outdated. More and more people today are deciding to not get married, even when starting families and that is very encouraging to me. Truthfully, the only reason I see to get married is financial and health benefits which I believe should be afforted to all people and their partners regardless if they are married or not. I know this is quite a minority opinion but its just my personal viewpoint. I support anyone who wants to get married and respect them for it. Generally I respect everyone who is able to live their life their own way as long as they do not impede other peoples rights. Live and let live.