This is a current event, and central to many people's lives. On the plus side, there is not a single right in my private life which I've now lost over that Supreme Court decision. There is also no public official who has lost a right, only the mistaken idea that they can impose their own religious views upon others while acting as a secular public official. A public official should not be able to deny a marriage license because the potential marriage is Satanic, Hindu, or anything else the public official disagrees with in private life. For those who are upset about someone else's marriage, part of that person's private life, consider this: In a few decades, you'll be in the same position as folks who currently hate on "the blacks" and about interracial marriage. You might think they have a point, and you (and they) have a right to believe what they want, but the rest of society also has a right to repudiate that kind of thinking, just as happened with slavery and women being able to vote.