1) We need to work for marriage equality for people with disabilities, and address the marriage limitations, restrictions, and disincentives that exist so that people with disabilities have the same right to choose whether to get married or not without fear of how it will affect their benefits, employment, or housing.
Click here for a great blog about this issue by Dominick Evans.
Click here for an interesting article that counter-positions the reaction of many in the LGBTQ community to the SCOTUS decision to the reaction towards the trans advocate, Jennicet Gutierrez, who has since become known as the "White House Heckler." By Bea Esperanza Fonseca at Black Girl Dangerous.
Click here for an interesting article on the "bleaching" of the history of the Stonewall riots by Irene Monroe.
Click here for an interesting article on how people who are LGBTQ that are caught celebrating the SCOTUS decision can still legally be fired in most states. By Naomi Shavin at The New Republic.