Personally I tend to like arguing about religion and spirituality more than politics, but I feel like social issues are my exception. As a nonreligious person, it’s scary to think that the government plays such a big role in marriage (which is clearly an establishment of ancient religion and continues to be strongly religious). But with a majority of the population being religious, it’s one of those things that has gotten overlooked. The bottom line is that religious laws shouldn’t transition into our government. Politicians should not let their religious affiliation dictate their vote as to what becomes law. Americans really need to start thinking about the separation of church and state. That being said, I’m very happy with the outcomes of the Supreme Court and will continue supporting the LGBT community until all couples have the same rights.