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It's an historic day in Washington D.C. and all across the nation, as the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of a decision that makes gay marriage legal everywhere. From the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City, UT to the superchurches in Texas, gay marriage is now the law of the land everywhere, whether bigots and homophobes like it or not.

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So, the Supreme Court of the United States essentially legalized gay marriage today for all 50 states and it's a wonderful thing.

There's been a lot of rejoicing, which is great. There's also been a lot of brands rejoincing, which can be a little weird.

It's lovely to see them make an effort to share in this civil rights victory, but it also can seem a tiny bit pandering and strange. In the end, they are still businesses trying to sell you something, right?

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By now you know that the Supreme Court of the United States voted in favor of banning all state restrictions to marriage regardless of gender.

This is a pretty rad thing.

A lot of celebrities completely agree and spread their joy throughout the social media landscape.

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After Harry Potter author and resident Twitter Goddess JK Rowling tweeted a message of love and admiration for Ireland's recent gay marriage vote outcome by proposing a marriage between Dumbledore and Gandalf, the Westboro Baptist Church (regarded as the resident cesspool of humanity) challenged her fantastic meme by saying they'd picket any such union:



Rowling shut them down deftly, but one twitter user suggested that may not have been the right thing to do:



JK rebutted by saying the WBC wasn't what was important, but rather her show of support for those who need it:



You go, JK Rowling!


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