perry's Jeff Zarrillo

“He’s the love of my life. I love him probably more than I love myself”

SOUNDBITES — “He’s the love of my life. I love him probably more than I love myself.” —Perry plaintiff Jeff Zarrillo (on right), speaking about his partner Paul Katami (left) during questioning by attorney David Boies today (via)

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7 Comments

  • dontblamemeivotedforhillary

    Seeing our love televised might be the galvanizing effect America needs.

  • $0.02

    This is beautiful. This is what America needs to see. A REAL gay couple who are in love and committed to one another. Yes, we monogamous gays do exist and there is nothing unnatural about our love. Kudos to this handsome couple.

  • mac mcneill

    Considering who the attorneys for the gays are, I think we might actually have a chance, more so than any other time in history. And this will go to the Supreme court, but the question will be, will the Judges follow the constitution or will they follow their religion in making the decision. Most of the judges are catholics and we know where the catholics stands on gays. Still haven’t figured out where they stand on Pedophiles since the hide them in their churches.

  • HiredGoons

    Oh god that’s adorable.

  • Ian

    RE: No. 3 MAC MCNEILL: Well we already know Scalia doesn’t hide his hateful thoughts towards Gay Americans, he almost always uses the flimsiest of legal reasoning to masquarade as ‘justice’ to hide his blatent justification of nothing other than bigoted hate. Hopefully the other conservative justices won’t allow their religious beliefs completely cloud what is supposed to be judgement under our nations laws and Constitution & not Leviticus.

  • Cam

    No. 5 · Ian
    RE: No. 3 MAC MCNEILL: Well we already know Scalia doesn’t hide his hateful thoughts towards Gay Americans, he almost always uses the flimsiest of legal reasoning to masquarade as ‘justice’ to hide his blatent justification of nothing other than bigoted hate.
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    On the bright side, one of Scalia’s arguments against the Lawrence v. Texas verdic was “If we allow this then there is no valid reason not to have gay marriage” Be interesting to see if Scalia’s words come back to haunt him.

  • ewe

    That was very charming bu LOVE should not be the only reason gay people have the right to marry. It is not the only reason straight people marry. I think we must be careful of the terminology that is used. It may backfire.

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