Flexing our strength!

This is an announcement honouring the celebration of “good news” from our government legislators!

The U. S. House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the Congress, just passed the Marriage Equality Act. The U. S. Senate (the legislative upper chamber) approved the same measure several weeks earlier. It now is awaiting the signature of President Joseph Biden and then it officially becomes law. This legislation enacts the federal mandate that assures the complete recognition of all interracial marriages and all individual marriage equality unions throughout this country.

My spouse, Aaron, and I are an interracial couple. He’s African-Canadian and I’m Greek. We also are a same gender loving male couple. We were legally married in the Commonwealth of Virginia on August 15, 2015. Our marriage is now totally legal everywhere within this country!

Because of the U. S. Supreme Court’s reversal of its previous legalization of abortions this past June, this action by the Congress prevents an automatic reversal of the marriages of all same gender loving couples and of the marriages of all racially mixed marriages. Multiple Christian extremists organizations have threatened to implement judicial review of marriages, hoping for a “return” for supremacy of the conservative religious concept.

Aaron and I are dancing bare all day today!

Dancing for joy!

Naked hugs!

Aaron and Roger Peterson-Poladopoulos/ReNude Pride

Author’s Note: The next post entry here is planned for Monday, December 12, 2022, and the proposed topic is: “Resolutions Solution!”

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A same gender loving (gay) bare practitioner (nudist) who invites you to explore my blog. At times I may appear irreverent but I am in no way irrelevant!

6 thoughts on “Celebrating!”

  1. This is great news! What surprised me most is that enough Republicans voted to support it that it could not be filibustered. Nor could procedures be changed so as to require a supermajority. However, according to one article I skimmed, this was not actually a case of bipartisan support. What apparently happened was that the few Republicans who did support it were successful in convincing enough other Republicans that the political fallout of failing to support it would be worse than supporting it. I.e. many/most republicans who voted yes we’re choosing the lesser of two evils. They did not actually support it. Sad, really.

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  2. This was happy news for me, too. Not the inherently selfish happiness because it affects me variety, either. I never expect to marry, but for those who are so inclined – I revel in the knowledge that this right to demonstrate their love is protected!
    Meanwhile, did you hear about the mass stroke outbreak in Don’t-Say-Gay-Land?!? 🥸

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