More News. I think the natural, right way is man for woman and woman for man," said Ashe Pearson, a year-old rock singer from Ventura who will likely vote for a Democrat in the presidential election. As the day draws closer, the public debate that could ultimately decide the fate of gay marriage intensifies.
Betty Stapleford of the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is spreading the word that the Thousand Oaks church is available for same-sex weddings. From a bench in a Ventura courtyard, Nicolette Siedenburg, 24, of Camarillo tried to explain why.
Legal experts say if legalizing same sex marriage in the us in Thousand Oaks amendment passes, it would override the Supreme Court's May 15 ruling legalizing gay marriage and there would likely be a court battle over same-sex marriages already performed.
The congregation will vote Sunday on whether to officially oppose the constitutional amendment. She's a lesbian and is in a relationship. California's Catholic bishops issued their opposition to the Supreme Court's ruling that legalized gay marriage in California.
The year-old man sitting on a bench knows he'll likely vote for a constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman.
Retrieved September 24, Retrieved September 26, Bush reportedly offered to officiate the same wedding,  but has similarly not made a public statement regarding his position on the issue as president, he was opposed. Shortly after winning the electionPresident Donald Trump said he's "fine" with same-sex marriage and believes it to be settled law: "It's law.
But different polls reach different conclusions. You can view today's paper or previous issues. People are more open to coming out than they were," said Siedenburg, a probation officer.