Same-Sex Marriage Vs. Interracial Marriage: And the Two Shall Never Twain.

Kenneth R. Jenkins
4 min readDec 13, 2022


By Kenneth R. Jenkins

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It is now official, the so-called Same-Sex marriage and the Interracial Marriage are protected and now under federal law. The morality and soul of America has now gone to hell.

Let’s take interracial marriage. I can understand why interracial marriage being protected under the law because there are some interracial couples who are still be targeted by some of those hate groups who still practice hate crimes because they still do not believe in what they called “mixing of the races”.

This brings me to the case Loving vs Virgina. In 1964, Mildred Loving wrote in protest to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Kennedy referred her to the American Civil Liberties Union.

The ACLU filed a motion on the Lovings’ behalf to vacate the judgment and set aside the sentence, on the grounds that the statutes violated the Fourteenth Amendment. This began a series of lawsuits, and the case ultimately reached the United States Supreme Court. On October 28, 1964, when their motion still had not been decided, the Lovings began a class action suit in United States district court. On January 22, 1965, the district court allowed the Lovings to present their constitutional claims to the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Virginia Supreme Court Justice Harry L. Carrico (later Chief Justice) wrote the court’s opinion upholding the constitutionality of the anti-miscegenation statutes and affirmed the criminal convictions.

The Lovings and ACLU appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Lovings did not attend the oral arguments in Washington, but their lawyer, Bernard S. Cohen, conveyed a message from Richard Loving to the court: “[T]ell the Court I love my wife, and it is just unfair that I can’t live with her in Virginia.”

The case, Loving v. Virginia, was decided unanimously in the Lovings’ favor on June 12, 1967. The Court overturned their convictions, dismissing Virginia’s argument that the law was not discriminatory because it applied equally to and provided identical penalties for both white and black persons. The Supreme Court ruled that the anti-miscegenation statute violated both the due process and equal protection clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment. The Lovings returned to Virginia after the Supreme Court decision. (Wikipedia)

The subject of interracial marriage has been challenged then and now finally protected by the federal government after so much hell these couples went through with the bullying, death threats and other dangers.

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Meanwhile, the federal protecting of same-sex marriage has become law making it finally legal as a federal law.

Again, and I continue to stand-by of what I believe, same-sex marriage is unmoral, a slap in the face of God, just ignoring the fact that God instituted marriage between a man and a woman according to Scripture.

How in the world America just throws away what’s right or just gotten tricked of evil is good and good is evil? The soul of America is in the balance, now on the choppy waters of good and evil. The bridge between good and evil has been burned asunder and now there is nothing, but ashes left behind of all the chaos that has been brought before us.

America has turned its back on morality thrusting itself into immorality by making a bad deal with the devil while America has signed its rights away on Religious Freedom that was once the principle of what she stood for in the first place.

If justice is blind, someone need to give Lady justice glasses so that she can see all the evil that our country is doing. America has gone back to being another Sodom and Gomorrah all over again and there are still not enough people to stand up for right where there is wrong.

As a minister, I will stick to my conviction and NOT participate in any Same-Sex marriage ceremonies of any kind, and this is my promise to God, and I will not turn back on what I believe.

America, the time is to come by protecting your sacred liberty by not being part of this Same-Sex marriage violation against what God has instituted in the first place.

May God still bless these United States of America….

Kenneth R. Jenkins is a freelance writer, poet, author, minister, husband and currently a student at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).



Kenneth R. Jenkins

Freelance Writer, Poet, Podcast Host/Producer,Minister, Devoted Husband, Editor of K! Magazine.