Re "Editorial: An incomplete victory for equal rights" (The Swarm, June 26): I can say the Pledge of Allegiance, with liberty and justice for all, and mean "for all."
I am very proud to belong to a religious group that believes in equality and will marry any couple who love each other. Sacramento Friends Meeting of Quakers took a very supportive pro marriage equality position years ago.
I wish those who carry the banner for traditional marriage would explain what they mean by that. Marrying for love is a fairly new concept in our civilization. Marriage was a business transaction. Women were married off to men they did not even know. There was a time when one could not marry outside one's race or religion.
The Bible talks about men who have several wives and several concubines. So what traditional marriage are you talking about?
-- Gary Miller, Roseville