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After First Amendment Defense Fund co-president Peter LaBarbera suggested that mixed marriages should be as rigorously debated in court, along with gay-only landlords and companies or businesses that don't discriminate against gays, the pro-family group confronted typecast in front of a House of Commons committee about an alternative, same-sex couple's marriage.
LaBarbera told Queerty on Tuesday that the Defense of Marriage Act, the 1986 law that forbids federal benefits for married same-sex couples in the states where it is upheld, makes SSM legal under Michigan law.
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"There is discrimination against SSM in the Michigan law and in the Massachusetts anti-SSM legislation," he said.Asked about WSFA, LaBarbera said, "President Reagan signed the law that was before the Supreme Court, but there has been no court case. At that time, I is fairly certain he didn't think it extended to SSM. So, he didn't think it extended to SSM and the Supreme Court didn't know regarding SSM."Asked whether he thinks SSM would come over a particular restriction of in Michigan or Massachusetts laws on it, LaBarbera said, "I haven't met anyone who wishes for it to go there."He added, "The idea of a gay-only corporation is not that far along."In 1982, U.S. Supreme Court handed down their opinion in United States v. Windsor against a decision by the state of Michigan to deny Spence, a divorced Catholic couple who had always lived together and had children together, state benefits and the right to adopt."I didn't feel like we were real," he said. "We were a middle-class family. I didn't feel happy at home because I couldn't see myself forming similar relationships with my kids, [and] if you can't have, then you as a parent break up."He was finally able legally to access SSM in 1991. At the head of the front line of the lesbian-gay companion viewing panel were LaBarbera and his wife."We came from a situation a good deal more complicated than whatever today's parentsthink," he said. "We were children of separation. After I became gay, my walks of life became much more complicated. I had a future partner who was supportive of my sexuality…. I thought my story would have been different if Iwas an adult with the resources my partner had and if I had an out gay sister."But the truth is, he said, "Managing my anxiety was very difficult. I think can relate to most people. There's no one I can compare to. My wife, who was a mid-level manager, and my daughter, because I had a child, found myself in a situation we couldn't survive