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'Don't Mess With Dumbledore's Rights': Some of Our Favorite SCOTUS Signs and Banners 

'Don't Mess With Dumbledore's Rights': Some of Our Favorite SCOTUS Signs and Banners

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Today, the Supreme Court hears the oral arguments for marriage equality

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Today's the day. Today, the Supreme Court is hearing the oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, the case expected to decide the constitutionality of same-sex marriage throughout the United States.

The battle for marriage equality is being hailed as the civil rights issue of the age. It's a story of remarkable progress, of unprecedented social change. In 2008, when Prop 8 brought same-sex marriage to an end in California, only 36% of Americans supported extending the right to gay couples. Today, more than 61% believe in marriage equality, and scores of them have gathered outside the Supreme Court building to show their support.

We've rounded up some of our favorite banners and posters below:

As expected, there are also a lot of anti-gay bigots outside the Supreme Court building--one man had to be ejected from the courtroom itself for screaming "homosexuality is an abomination!" But pro-equality supporters fought back against the hate with love:

True story! #homosexisin #scotusmarriage

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#scotusmarriage #lovecantwait #istandwithalice

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