All my life I have been taught that we live in a country where everyone is equal. We all have the same opportunities. And that prejudices have no place in this great country of ours. In the last couple of years, there has been an effort to change that concept in America. There are those that feel their personal prejudices are more important than equality. Do we live in a country that discriminates or not. Do you want to live in a country that legalizes discrimination? Despite the recent California Supreme Court decision that denying same-sex couples the right to marry is unconstitutional, efforts are underway throughout the country to take away rights from same-sex couples. So what can one person do? We have to determine that we can not tolerate living in a divided country. We have to speak out against this kind of bigotry. This is an opportunity for the people of this web site to start to make a difference. We are at a turning point in our nation's history and I'm hoping you'll join me in standing up against discrimination. Please sign the Million for Marriage petition and get us one name closer to showing that Americans overwhelmingly support marriage equality! It is a simple thing, but it is something everyone can do. Take Action: Support Marriage Equality for ALL! Every committed couple deserves to enjoy the privileges and responsibilities conferred by marriage. Add your name to the petition and be a part of the movement to fight for marriage equality for all. If this is not worth fighting for, what is?