SCOTUS gay marriage protests: The best signs.

Dear Scalia: YOLO

Dear Scalia: YOLO

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March 26 2013 1:15 PM

Dear Scalia: YOLO

Behold: Photos of the wildest meeting of subcultures since whenever the last Coachella was.

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When the Getty/AP calculus is done, I think Queen Amor will end up being the star of the SCOTUS protests and rallies. The drag queen ran in and out of the crowd, accompanied by a sidekick hoisting an amp and iPod, dancing to songs like "Born This Way" and "One Love."

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I don't think this is a direct quote.

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The Asian-American presence was large and earnest.

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The sash-wearing America Needs Fatima movement are battle-hardened protesters, veterans of action against The Last Temptation of Christ and Dogma.

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Liberals went more for Internet memes.

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Like I was saying.

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But the most compelling scene came near the end of the rally, as a man who wore a family portrait—him and his husband—quietly kept engaging in discussions with people he considered "hateful."

Read more from Slate’s coverage of this week's gay marriage cases at the Supreme Court.

David Weigel is a reporter for the Washington Post.