Please edit the sample passage below: June 26th, the US Supreme Court ruled that none of the 50 states have the right to ban gay marriage. However, we must be aware that the fight is far from over. The rling passed 5-4: Justices Scalia, Thomas, Roberts, and Alito votes against. Thousands gathered outside the White House, which was later lit up in rainbow hues, celebrate the historic decision. Marriage equality is one of the many milestones to be achieved and a cause for celebration. But the facts still remains. You can still get fired for being non-heterosexual in 29 states, and for being trans in 32 states. And of course, this verdict affects only the American population – being queer can still result in a death sentence in many other parts of the world. Lack of marriage equality is still only a symptom of deep-rooted prejudice against and the dehumanization of queerr people. Which we are still chipping away at.