If Nikki Araguz Loses Her Case in Texas’ Courts, This Will be the Reason Why

Once again proving that under no circumstances can ‘incremental progress’ apply to the goals of those with Marriage Derangement Syndrome.

Trans people still under no circumstances actually can demand to be allowed to suggest to be allowed to ask a question about the possibility of our issues being considered – but gay marriage can never under any circumstances be expected to wait…

no matter who the impatience has the more-than-very-real potential to harm.

From the rag that used to be the Advocate:

Two same-sex couples filed a federal lawsuit Monday aiming to strike down Texas’s constitutional prohibition on marriage equality, seeking an injunction to stop state officials from enforcing the ban, reports the San Antonio Express-News.

From the Express-News:

Word of the lawsuit’s filing cheered San Antonio advocates of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. Richard Farias, chairman of the Pride Center of San Antonio and a board member of Equality Texas, said he applauded the plaintiffs “because people like that blaze the trail.”

People in Vermont blazed a trial back in 1999.

It is an inescapable reality that the two judges on the San Antonio Court of Appeals who ruled against Christie Lee Littleton – by declaring her heterosexual transsexual marriage case to be a gay marriage case – in Littleton v. Prange a few weeks before Baker v. Vermont was officially decided could not have not known that that gay marriage trail was being blazed.

And it is an inescapable reality that if the Corpus Christi-Edinburg Court of Appeals and/or the Texas Supreme Court rule against Nikki Araguz by declaring her heterosexual transsexual marriage case to be a gay marriage case, it is the inability of those afflicted with Marriage Derangement Syndrome to care about the collateral consequences of the cases they file and the legislation they push that can be thanked.

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