A law professor at Marquette University called the Defense of Marriage Act hateful and said that the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn it is a cause for celebration.
Writing for the Marquette University’s Law School Faculty blog, visiting law professor Irene Ten Cate wrote:
For supporters of marriage equality, including myself, DOMA’s partial demise is a cause for celebration. But the Act’s trajectory should also offer occasion for introspection, especially for those whose views have”evolved” over time. How many of us were outraged by DOMA before marriage equality became a popular cause? Why did it take quite a few of us several years to see the hatefulness of DOMA that seems so obvious now?