They came as pairs longing for domestic partnerships.
A month and a half before a Nevada law to recognize domestic partnerships goes into effect, the Secretary of State has thrown open its doors to process the sheer volume of homosexuals seeking equality and rights.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Mike Blasky reports that employers in Nevada still won’t be required to give domestic partnership benefits to employees.
And the rights accorded to the new couples are fragile, collapsing over state lines.
Poco a poco, as my abuela likes to say. Little by little.