“Ruminations after Colombo Pride: Why Queer Interest Litigation is Public Interest Litigation” by Michael Mendis

Exactly a month ago from today, the US Supreme Court’s holding, in Obergefell v. Hodges, seemed to give cause for celebration to many individuals, most of whom expressed solidarity through their profile picture on Facebook. Newsfeeds were abuzz with reports of how “gay marriage” had been legalised in America. However, the actual holding, in fact, amounted to an affirmation of two, far less controversial propositions of law regarding liberty and equality. Despite their simplicity, both those propositions are of incredible significance to ideals of democracy.

see: http://groundviews.org/2015/07/29/ruminations-after-colombo-pride-why-queer-interest-litigation-is-public-interest-litigation/


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DM (29 juillet 2015). “Ruminations after Colombo Pride: Why Queer Interest Litigation is Public Interest Litigation” by Michael Mendis. SRI LANKA & DIASPORAS. Consulté le 21 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u8re


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