Hack Your Dictionary to Catch Up With Marriage Equality

Now that the Supreme Court has struck down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8 is a thing of the past, everything is all fine and dandy in the land of marriage equality, right? Well, not exactly. Thirty-seven states still don't allow marriage equality, and the High Court let Section 2 of DOMA stand—which means states don't have to recognize gay marriages that were legally performed elsewhere. But that's not stopping marriage equality advocates from launching the next assault in the war on bigotry

Check out how the folks at Hack Marriage are helping us advance equality—all while sticking it to all those rabid conservatives who keep going on about not messing with the "dictionary definition" of marriage. 

Find out how to print your own stickers at the Hack Marriage site. 

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