Yesterday in the US there were protests all around the country in favour of gay civil marriage. This is the in wake of the recent passage of propositions in several States that outlaw gay marriage, including California which had allowed gay people to marry in June of this year. I think about 16,000 gay people married in California since then. I'm not sure what their legal status will be now; perhaps a reader can inform me?
Andrew Sullivan's blog captures a number of photos and comments from events around the country.
Meanwhile LutheranChik records: Live Blogging on the 15th: Our Normal, Boring Gay Lives.