I'm fascinated by this issue. Now that the supreme court has made it's ruling, what happens next? Even though the supreme court legalized gay marriage in states where it's already legal, most of the country still doesn't have it legalized. When will the day come when the supreme court rules that a state has no right to deny a same sex couple marriage rights? As much celebration as there was when the supreme court made its decision, it's really a bittersweet ruling if you think about it. The only thing gay couples can do now is move to states that allow it, but when will the day come when they don't have to move? I think we still have a major civil rights issue in this country if gay couples in most states still can't marry. What are we really celebrating?