Up from Marriage: Freedom, Solitude, and Individual Autonomy in the Shadow of Marriage Equality
Supreme Court, marriage, marriage equality, gay marriage, same sex marriage, Obergefell, same sex, right to marry, marriage, choice
Obergefell v. Hodges represents a tremendous victory for those of us who believe that each individual has the right to love, form bonds, and create families with whomever one so desires. Through Obergefell and the line of cases from Griswold v. Connecticut and Loving v. Virginia onward, the Court has now repeatedly affirmed the freedoms to plan, to choose, and to create one’s own family as fundamental.
Up from Marriage: Freedom, Solitude, and Individual Autonomy in the Shadow of Marriage Equality,
84 Fordham L. Rev. 69
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol84/iss1/7
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