data specialist | Washington Square West
“New Jersey will enact same-sex marriage rights. It’s a very liberal state. People there are college-educated, for the most part, and can grasp the issue. It’s not a state that’s filled with Bible Belt conservatives. Residents tend to be sensitive to things like the environment and human rights.”
IT specialist | Atlanta, Ga.
“Ending ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ The national mood is moving against that policy. It’s so blatantly discriminatory. If the military wants tax dollars from the public, then it'd better accept all members of the public, not just heterosexuals.”
teacher | Washington, D.C.
“Congress will allow D.C. to recognize gay marriages from other states. It’s a reasonable intermediate step to test the waters. My gut feeling tells me Congress won’t pick a fight on this one. Congress is more concerned about blocking D.C.’s efforts to gain statehood. They’ll let this one slide.”