Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson spoke to WCIA News on the day that Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court, in regards to the implications of the decision for other hard-won rights, such as the legalization of same sex marriage.
She says she doesn’t see same sex marriage being overturned, because Americans aren’t as divided on the issue as they are on abortion.
“Practically, it would be hard to un-ring that bell. Politically, Americans aren’t there, and mechanically, for it to be rolled back, you would have to have a state that had let’s say an act of marriage equality, you know, decide not to,” Wilson said.
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