So Prop 8 passed in California, putting an end to gay marriages in that state. But what to do with the 18,000 gay couples who married prior to passage of Prop 8? On behalf of gay marriage opponents, Kenneth Starr--yes, the same attorney who prosecuted President Clinton--has filed legal documents with the California Supreme Court asking that they invalidate all 18,000 of those marriages.
To be sure, supporters of gay marriage have brought in their own legal muscle to argue for the preservation of those marriages. But on the softer side, an organization called the Courage Campaign has collected photos and videos from the gay couples, their friends, and their family and compiled them into a beautiful montage with a simple message: "Please Don't Divorce Us."
hat tip: Joe.My.God.