字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Regardless of how the Supreme Court decisions came down, people were going to come here to protest or to celebrate. So, this is a really good example of grassroots change, reacting to whatever is going to happen next, but doing so ahead of the curve. It's a big relief for our relationship, given that it's not as comfortable in a lot of ways to live in India, especially as an openly gay couple. It was a wonderful thing that the gay movement started in 1969 and so many other wonderful happenings so we're really very, very happy with this. Melissa called him today after school, it was his last day at school, and said, 'Guess what? It's legal for everyone who wants to get married, to get married if they want to.' And he said, he was like, 'woooo!' He was really excited. He was like, 'That's really good news!' It allows us to make the decision, as any other couple would, if we'd prefer to live in one place if one place has better job opportunities or something, rather than, we can't stay here because Sylvie can't get a visa. I really worry that the moment this is done we're going to forget about all the other issues like workplace, homeless youth, and transgender rights and all that stuff… there's a lot left to do. In the past, the higher income partner has not been able to give their social security survivorship or their benefits to their partner because they haven't been federally recognized. This can lift elderly LGBT people out of poverty. Visiting from the UK, to be here on such an iconic day in the US, it's just so inspirational. It kind of gives me a sense of what will happen in a month or so in London, when we all come out in the streets and celebrate everyone being equal before the law. So, my partner and I actually came to New York City and got married in the city clerk's office on Monday. So, it means a bloody lot to me at the moment! The decisions today, they carry a lot of weight and mean a lot to a lof of people, it's just, it's life-changing.