Sign the Declaration for Equality

Sign the Declaration for Equality

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      Human Rights Campaign

Our nation's highest court has ruled on our most fundamental rights as citizens, forever rewriting America’s history books.

We live now in a more fair and just country.

But listen: this change isn't done yet. There's a lot more coming, and it's coming fast.

Our fight doesn't end with the Supreme Court. It doesn't end in Congress or in state capitols. Our fight ends when everyone everywhere is equal – in schools, offices, and houses of worship. Everywhere. Our fight ends when we have true, complete equality.

So, this is what happens now: We turn this victory into action and declare boldly that the fight goes on. We keep fighting for our rights. And one day soon, when we win, we declare that all love is finally equal.

It's what we want. It's what we deserve. And it's what we're going to get.

Together, we can get this done. If you agree, add your name and declare it now.

I believe that all love is equal and that it's time for our laws to reflect that.

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    1. Reached 17,500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Ryan Rincon SEATTLE, WA
      • 4 months ago

      I find it insulting to tell oppress anyone and suggest that allowing them the same rights as us would somehow lessen our rights. A change needs to happen.

    • Rachel Brown SLIPPERY ROCK, PA
      • 5 months ago

      We are all humans and should enjoy the same rights no matter what things make us different.

    • Sally Bern DUNWOODY, GA
      • 5 months ago

      If don't like same sex marriage, don't get married to someone of the same sex. I find it ironic that straight serial killers can marry the person that they love but some of the nicest people in the world who are gay can't.

    • Brittany Hoffmann DAVENPORT, IA
      • 5 months ago

      Being mad about someone else's marriage is about the same as being mad that someone ate a donut when you were on a diet. It's outrageous, and hurtful! I have a gay best friend and MARRIED gay Aunts. They live the same life as everyone else, only they actually FIGHT for their love. Equal rights for everyone!

    • Derek Renko SPOKANE, MO
      • 6 months ago

      America needs to finally move forward and love needs to be celebrated in all of its diverse forms.


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