Our Supreme Court Fight for the Right to Marry
Love on Trial: Our Supreme Court Fight for the Right to Marry
Told in their own voice, this is the narrative of two ladies who took their battle for marriage equity the distance to the Supreme Court- – and won.
Kris Perry and Sandy Stier are the lead offended parties in the group that sued the condition of California to reestablish marriage fairness. By 2008, when Californians voted in Proposition 8, prohibiting same-sex marriage, Kris and Sandy had been a couple bringing up their four children for right around 10 years.
Living in Berkeley, they were a current family, yet without the assurances of lawful marriage. In rotating voices, Love on Trial recounts the narrative of every lady’s adventure from her 1960s all-American youth to the US Supreme Court, sharing stories of experiencing childhood in rustic America, turning out to confounded guardians, beginning to look all starry eyed at, lastly turning into a family. From wrangling adolescents and professions to hot flashes at the Supreme Court, this book give a genuine, amusing take a gander at a family that arrived amidst a standout amongst the most vital social equality clashes of our time.