Well I guess the voters of North Carolina have spoken. They just don't seem to want gay folk marrying each other. Fine I suppose. I frankly couldn't give a daisy chain if gay people can get legally married. It doesn't really hurt anyone that I can see, (better things to worry about it seems to me), but I just don't have a dog in this particular hunt and really just do not care. Do you? It wouldn't bother me if it was "legal" here in the Republic and it wouldn't bother me if it remained verboten. I would probably vote in favor of it if it came to blows but wouldn't really worry so much about the result.
I certainly won't boycott the products of the great state of North Carolina and I have no plans to visit anytime soon but don't think I would let the results of the vote deter me any. It just is not that important for most of us likely. To be frank, there will always be prejudice against gay folk and this is nothing more than human nature. Nothing really surprising there. Something that is seen as odd and distasteful to the majority has very little chance of really ever gaining acceptance and only a certain amount of that acceptance will ever gain traction. No matter what. Just the way it is.
As usual the screamers are screeching about "hate" and whatnot and are threatening to have the vote nullified by the courts (if possible) and (of course) want us all to boycott the Tar Heel State. Like that will happen. I don't like ACC "football" much but I might support one of the teams just to spite the screechers in our midst.
Now get in the tub Bruno while I find the lilac body wash. We have a wedding to attend.