I know you wish to speak for the same-sex marriages, but this is actually a wrong way to do it: the right to see the people important to you when they're sick or using your health insurance to save their lives shouldn't, by any means, be exclusively married couples' right in the first place!
This is powerful. With a few images you illustrated the reality that so many in the LGBTQ community face on a daily basis. In America queer couples are taking their home state governments to court to fight for the right to marry, yet there are a few couples that do not have time on their side. Amy Sandler and Niki Quasney were granted marriage rights in Indiana while the trial is pending. Niki is terminally ill and battling cancer.
This image has touched so many people already. Thank you.
the way humans treat their own puzzles me, they have the means to save a life but are held back for fear of losing their power to help.
why offer to help and then say you can't?
why do they carry on such hateful and thoughtless methods?
do humans enjoy torturing others? or are they tortured themselves, trapped in a system that promises safety and happiness, and endless feeling of power yet powerless to act, their minds torn apart by an unknown endless fear of their own kind.
Damn...I'm almost in tears seriously this needs to be addressed. Some religious nuts say that a same sex couple can't get married because their THOUSAND year old book states it. It tears at my heart strings and infuriates me that things like this happen.