The San Francisco Chronicle | Separate and Unequal
The San Francisco Chronicle: "The marriage rights of Californians now fall into three categories. Heterosexual couples have access to all rights, responsibilities - and the name - of marriage. Gays and lesbians who were married between May 15 and Nov. 4 can remain so - but cannot remarry in the event of death or divorce. And all other gays and lesbians are prohibited by law from marrying the partner of their choice. There is a word for this type of unequal treatment: Discrimination."