Birth control, LGBTQ rights, gay marriage in jeopardy if Roe is canceled


Birth control, LGBTQ rights, gay marriage in jeopardy if Roe is canceled

The rights to contraception, same-sex marriage and interracial marriage could be threatened by a proposed Supreme Court decision.

Abortion isn’t the only right that could be threatened by the Supreme Court’s proposed decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

If the draft notice, published Monday by Politico, takes effect, it would open the door to a reconsideration and possible reversal of other established rights, including same-sex marriage, contraception, private consensual sexual activity and even the interracial marriage, according to activists and the law. teachers.

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