They were together for 43 years, but the Social Security Administration said that only the last 6 months of their relationship counted.
A witness said that police officers “just jump out the car, swing the door open and just start shooting.”
“As a gay man, I feel like I’ve gone through this before. It’s almost like it comes with the territory.”
The ruling is a rare victory for LGBTQ rights at the Supreme Court.
Susan Sontag once called him “one of America’s most valuable troublemakers.”
Police have no leads on who the culprit is and residents are demanding the town install traffic lights to catch the anti-LGBTQ vandal.
If his case fails, the man who was arrested in an anti-gay raid could be sentenced to prison and caning.
The attacker had 105 prior offenses. No kidding.
Over 100,000 people have died, but the death toll is worth it because “God is good” and “without an audience, sexual identity cannot be normalized.”