In 1975, two men got a marriage license in Colorado after the clerk couldn…

In 1975, two men got a marriage license in Colorado after the clerk couldn’t find a law against it. When they applied for a spouse’s visa, the U.S. government mailed a letter saying, “You have failed to establish that a bona fide marital relationship can exist between two f*ggots.” They took their case to court but they were dismissed. The judge who ruled against them was Anthony Kennedy, who later joined the Supreme Court and last month cast the deciding vote to legalize gay marriage.

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