Historic Supreme Court confirmation comes at a time when some in the GOP are trying to reverse LGBTQ rights
It's a curious time for equality in the US.
On the one hand, Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed as the first Black woman US Supreme Court justice on Thursday. On the other hand, there are legitimate concerns about what the future might hold for the members of certain marginalized groups, including LGBTQ Americans.
Take a striking point of contention during Jackson's confirmation hearings last month. Many Republican senators spent part of their questioning time complaining about marriage equality. "The Constitution doesn't mention the word 'abortion,'" said Republican Sen. John Cornyn of...