LGBTQ Youth/Young Adult Survey

This March, the Supreme Court of the United States will hear arguments in two critical cases impacting the LGBTQ community - US v Windsor and Hollingsworth v Perry (Prop 8). The Court is being asked to consider two questions, whether or not the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) violates the US Constitution's Equal Protection Clause and also whether or not the Constitution provides same-sex couples with a fundamental right to marry. If you are not familiar with these cases, please visit these sites to learn more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollingsworth_v._Perry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Windsor We are writing an amicus - or "friend of the court" - brief, which will include a collection of personal stories and analysis explaining exactly how the denial of marriage equality and DOMA affect the LGBTQ community. We are particularly interested in learning how the inability to marry has affected you! This is an amazing opportunity - at the most pivotal time in the movement for LGBTQ equality - to share your personal story with this country's highest court. Fill out the survey to tell the Supreme Court Justices how these laws have affected you! Please respond to this survey and help us help you! We need these stories as soon as possible as the deadline to submit this brief approaching! Please include your name or how you like to be identified should we choose to publish your story! If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please email amicusbrief2013@gmail.com. Thank you very much for taking the time to complete this survey. Sincerely, Margaret Riley Brian Kaufman Emory University School of Law Juris Doctor Candidates, Class of 2014 Kathryn Brightbill Nick Vargo University of Florida College of Law Juris Doctor Candidates, Class of 2014










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