Well that happened. I'm sure everyone and their family dog will be talking about this everywhere, but I just can't resist taking a few minutes to post on it. The Defence of Marriage Act has been ruled unconstitutional. The biggest dream that the homosexual community has had since it was signed into law by Bill Clintion (yeah, look it up), actually happened today. But I wouldn't be whipping out the rings and the dresses yet, cause that doesn't acutally mean that it is legal in every state now. What it means is the same sex marriages in states where it is legal will be treated the same by the Federal government as heterosexual marriages. So there is no difference between a gay married couple in New York and a straight married couple in New York. But in Wisconsin, where gay marriage is still not legal, any gay "marriages" will not be official with either the State or the Federal government. So the gay community still has a long way to go. That being said, this is a VERY big deal. This clears the way for gay marriages in all states to become legal, even if it hasn't happened yet. Until this, gay marriages could only be recognized on the state level, which isn't that big of a deal compaired to the Federal level. I think this is just fantastic. I may not be a part of the homosexual community, but I am a proud ally and I was blown away by the news this morning. I'm only worried that the conservative members of Congress will actually try to undo this huge step forward. But I doubt it. There really isn't any going back now.