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Supporters of same-sex marriage who celebrated June's 5-4 U-S Supreme Court ruling expected gay couples here and around the nation to begin attacking state laws.They said the high court's decision made it impossible to reconcile state bans with the equal protection guaranteed by the 14th Amendment."In South Carolina, that means respecting other people's viewpoints and protecting religious freedom." Elliott ousted four-term GOP incumbent Rep.Wendy Nanney, a Bob Jones graduate and daughter of the university's longtime academic dean."There are people who have a 100% opposite viewpoint from me on the orientation issue, and I respect that, and I understand that, and I'm not threatened by that," the former prosecutor said. They just wouldn't entertain any other perspective," said Croucher, adding that while change occurred slowly, it was most dramatic over the last five years."I think what it says, though, is that we are accepting the fact that people are different from us and that we are a state that is moving toward being open to folks who aren't exactly like us." Jeffery Croucher, 59, said when he moved to Greenville from Florida 16 years ago, he was shocked by the anti-gay signs in people's yards. Elliott's sexual orientation "shouldn't have any bearing" on his abilities, Croucher said recently while at a restaurant across from Bob Jones University, which banned interracial dating until 2000 and expects students and employees to agree that sex is limited to married, heterosexual couples.

We partner with We Are Family in Charleston to provide the education, support and crisis management needs of all South Carolina's High School GSAs.The original bill was intended to educate students and train teachers on the behaviors and signs of teen dating violence.While favoring any bill that fights violence, SC Equality pushed to have this bill killed because it was amended with discriminatory language defining a dating relationship as one between two heterosexual partners.Her husband, George, said he did not, specifically because Elliott is gay.Elliott, a Greenville native and Clemson University graduate, said he did not fully understand or "accept the reality" of his sexual orientation until about 15 years ago. Jim De Mint, is a divorced father of a high school senior.

We partner with We Are Family in Charleston to provide the education, support and crisis management needs of all South Carolina's High School GSAs.The original bill was intended to educate students and train teachers on the behaviors and signs of teen dating violence.While favoring any bill that fights violence, SC Equality pushed to have this bill killed because it was amended with discriminatory language defining a dating relationship as one between two heterosexual partners.Her husband, George, said he did not, specifically because Elliott is gay.Elliott, a Greenville native and Clemson University graduate, said he did not fully understand or "accept the reality" of his sexual orientation until about 15 years ago. Jim De Mint, is a divorced father of a high school senior.In the early years of the organization, we conducted training workshops for school psychologists and guidance counselors.