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Happy Pride Weekend!
Just wanted to put this out there. I normally don’t take to this platform to share these things, but thought this one was important.
A few weeks before our Supreme Court declared same-sex marriages are legal across the country, Mexico’s Supreme Court did the exact same thing.
Canada has had same-sex marriage for 10 years by now, but this month – June 2015 – saw the other major North American countries finally align with that freedom.
Huge congrats to Mexico (and to us!). I just didn’t want their victory to fly under the radar. Instead, we should celebrate our progress together!
The US isn’t the only place to finally join the 21st century. Same-sex marriage is the law in Mexico now, too.
Stay scrappy out there! And congrats to everyone. I am so happy about our victories and progress!* If you liked this post, consider signing up to receive free blog posts in an RSS reader and you’ll never miss an update! And thanks for using my links to apply for new card offers!
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