Christopher Nathan and Thomas Alexander fell in love over their mutual overuse of first names and were married in 2008 during the 12 minute window when California gays could put a ring on it. When Christopher tried to get benefits for his husband Thomas the federal government (who he works for) said, "No," and Chris was all, "But why?" and they go, "Don't worry about it, bitch," and he was like, "No, but I am gonna worry about it 'cause that shit ain't right no-how!" and then the Gov was like, "Well it's 'cause you're a big ol' gay and we don't get behind that," and Chris laughed and goes, "You said 'get behind that'," and they were like, "See? You don't even deserve it, you're like so immature, " but Chris was all, "Um, I fucking doubt it, trick, and I will take that shit to court," but they said, "Yeah, well, bring it," and Chis was like, "Oh, it's already been broughten." And then this judge Tuesday was like, "You bitches need to shut the fuck up. Also, Federal Government? Are you serious? You can't deny someone that shit. Come on, girl. Be real."
And so it's official, denying someone rights based on their sexuality is discriminatory.
Posted by Havilah