Marilyn and Suzette's Wedding 2.0

Celebrating our wedding and marriage equality!

What would the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsberg do?

We had to beat the Supreme Court to the chapel. Now it's time to celebrate our wedding and marriage equality for everyone ! We invite you to a party where we will reenact our vows, play by the ocean, and have a barbecue.

Marilyn and Suzette's Wedding 2.0

Saturday, July 11th, 1-7pm

169 Calle del Arroyo, Stinson Beach 94970

  • Please bring a potluck side dish to share. We will have meat to grill.
  • Bring a towel, and bathing suit if you want to spend time in the ocean.
  • Feel free to celebrate with us in rainbow colored clothing.
  • For those of you coming from far way try not to stay in Oakland or San Francisco, but rather in Stinson Beach, Mill Valley, Bolinas and surrounding areas. Highway One Properties or​ Airbnb might have information about weekend rentals.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

The honorable notorious RBG summons you to appear.

Here's what our lady of equality had to say..

1. It's Time to Let Go of the Past: "Marriage today is not what it was under the common law tradition, under the civil law tradition. Marriage was a relationship of a dominant male to a subordinate female. That ended as a result of this court's decision in 1982 when Louisiana's Head and Master Rule was struck down. Would that be a choice that state should [still] be allowed to have? To cling to marriage the way it once was?"

(Head and Master laws were a set of property laws in the U.S. that gave the husband the final say in all household decisions, saying that the husband's role was to provide for the family and the wife's main job was to keep everything tidy, rear children and provide sex.)

2. What About the Kids?: Another point thrown at RBG is the constant argument about procreation. John Bursch argued "The state doesn't have an interest in love and emotion at all," adding, "It's about binding children to their biological moms and dads."

Well, she had something to say to John. "Suppose a couple, 70-year-old couple, comes in and they want to get married? You don't have to ask them any questions. You know they are not going to have any children."

3. Gay Marriage Isn't Going to Screw Anything Up: "All of the incentives, all of the benefits that marriage affords would still be available. So you're not taking away anything from heterosexual couples. They would have the very same incentive to marry, all the benefits that come with marriage that they do now."

Drops gavel, walks off stage.