Photo: From this day in 2015 in front of SCOTUS: A majority wouldn’t have voted for our marriage, we got it anyway

Photos: From this day in 2015 in front of SCOTUS: A majority wouldn’t have voted for our marriage, we got it anyway

Photo: From this day in 2015 in front of SCOTUS: A majority wouldn’t have voted for our marriage, we got it anyway
2015.04.28 SCOTUS DOMA, Washington, DC USA (View on Flickr.com)

These photographs were taken on this day in 2015, in Washington, DC, 5 years ago (2015). It turns out I have an expansive photographic history of the LGBTQ rights movement, and I am slowly going back and re-editing some of the images from our times.

This is for a living gallery I’m creating for 2020’s Capital Pride (@CapitalPrideDC), which you can access here

Photo Galleries

2015.048.28 SCOTUS, Washington, DC USA
2015.048.28 SCOTUS, Washington, DC USA (View on Flickr.com)
2015.04 SCOTUS, Washington, DC USA
2015.04 SCOTUS, Washington, DC USA (View on Flickr.com)

As the title of the post says, we achieved our goal of being treated equal as citizens of the United States this time. If anything is true, it’s that we’ll never give up, and love will usually win, oh, about 100% of the time.

Enjoy the photographs.

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