When the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in 2003 that same-sex couples had a right to marriage equality under the state’s constitution, critics claimed the ruling would have chilling effects on society. But ten years later, a new poll shows that 85 percent of Bay State voters say the ruling has had either a positive or neutral effect on their lives.
I'd love to hear the stories from that 15 percent who claim it has a negative effect on their lives. Did a gay married couple ruin their heterosexual marriage somehow? Did they have to speak to their kids for a change? Can they not stop masturbating while thinking about all those awful, terrible gay people getting married and going on sexy, sexy honeymoons? What possible negative effect could they be suffering right now?