From today's LA Times, they are talking about my recent marriage:
Proposition 8 would amend the state Constitution to define marriage as only between a man and a woman, but the measure does not address what would happen to the estimated 16,000 same-sex couples who have tied the knot since gay marriage became legal in California on June 17.
If voters next week approve the initiative to ban gay nuptials, legal analysts on both sides of the measure predict that a period of "legal chaos" will ensue, with the legality of same-sex marriages performed between June and November suddenly in doubt...
Because a challenge to existing marriages would raise novel questions, no one is certain how the courts would rule. Two family law scholars interviewed by The Times predicted that the marriages would remain intact, while five constitutional scholars were divided over which side the law favors.
Saturday, November 1, 2008, while those in favor of amending the state constitution to eliminate same-sex marriage are gathering at [San Diego's] Qualcomm Stadium to pray for the passage of Proposition 8, marriage equality proponents will be holding a vigil of their own. Beginning at 8:45 pm on Saturday, November 1st signs and candles will be distributed at the San Diego LGBT Center (3909 Center Street). At 9pm, No on 8 supporters will line up on University Avenue through Hillcrest.
What can you do? Well, if you are near San Diego, go participate in the vigil to counter the publicity given to the Christianist bigots at the stadium. Call, email, write your friends. Join the phone banks. And donate so that the opposition can't hog the airwaves this weekend with their out-of-state riches.