WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court may make history this summer if it rules same-sex marriage bans unconstitutional.
Such a decision would be a huge win for gay marriage advocates, but it doesn't mean the fight for LGBT rights will be close to being over. The LGBT community will still be fighting legal battles for decades -- while facing continued discrimination.
"We can pass all of the laws we want and talk about public policy until we run out of air, but until our society stops thinking of queer people as deviant or corrupt or sinful or in any way less than non-queer people, nothing is going to change," said Noah Michelson, editorial director of The Huffington Post Voices and founding editor of HuffPost Gay Voices.
"It's probably the most difficult thing we face," Michelson continued.