Audrey Bilger

Claremont McKenna College

Guest

Feminist scholar, and professor of literature and gender studies at Claremont McKenna College; blogger for Ms. magazine and co-editor of Here Come the Brides: Reflections on Lesbian Love and Marriage

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The US Supreme Court made history today in a  5-to-4 ruling  that the Constitution grants all Americans equal rights to marry.

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Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

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Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

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