Love Wins: From Institutional logic to Constitutional logic

Love Wins is an interesting read. A history class of our times through the moving stories of lovers, lawyers, judges and activists who worked towards one of the most important, national civil rights victories in decades—the legalization of same-sex marriage.

Written by Debbie Cenziper and Jim Obergefell the book unveils the struggles to open the eyes of a society that was hesitant to do so. It tells you how traditional thinking can be so difficult to break out off and how you might have to have long battles to fight, often just being happy with small wins, but always keeping your eye on the final goal. That things take time and it take a lot from life, but it is all worth it, because finally Love Wins.

I consider this as a must read for everyone who stands for equal rights and Same Sex Marriage. I would say it is also a must read to those people who say they are for equality but stand away when it comes to same sex marriage because of religious, cultural and any other conservative reasons.

For those who oppose same sex marriage, It is important to look at it, not just from an institutional logic but from a very clear constitutional logic. I recommend this book because often the life of people make you understand beyond anything.

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