When All states make gay marriage legal.....?
What is going to happen to those that went to another state and got married before it was legal in their state, then they decided they wanted to be with a man instead and married a man in their state because gay marriage isn't recognized at the time? So when gay marriage is legal in all states, they would be legally married to 2 people. Think they will fix that before they make it legal in all states or do you think that it will be a 'trial and error' with a lot of families being ruinned/go through horrible crap in the process? Just a thought. What do you think will happen?
Okay, so I found out from my mom that when a state makes gay marriage legal, it is only from that point on. My great aunts had to get re-married when California made it legal again after taking it away, because they only go from that point on. All prior gay marriages dont count. They're staying married, this wasn't about them. lol
So my cousin is married to another woman, ceremony/certificate in Iowa. They are legally married there, but not here in Missouri where my cousin lives, and not in Kansas where she lives. So my cousin went back to being with men (that was her only gf, now wife) and having a baby, and talking about getting married to him. Will she still be considered a bigamist in Iowa?
*NOTE* I think she should be considered a bigamist. I am for gay marriage, but people like my cousin are the type that make it difficult for some to accept that it should be recognized. But she's also ...how do i say this kindly...not too smart, so I wonder if she'd even think of this.