As cities across the nation celebrate Pride this weekend, politicians are taking a moment on Twitter to celebrate the civil rights milestone that made last year's parades the most certifiably turnt of all time (excluding this year's parade in NYC): the Supreme Court's ruling that all people who love other people can legally marry those people.
It has been one year since same-sex marriage became the law of the land in the United States, and while equal rights for everyone in the LGBT community are still a work in progress, and places where gay people gather in solidarity remain targets of violence, our nation has indisputably been a more equal one since June 26, 2015.
President Barack Obama's account posted a message tagged #LoveIsLove, echoing the emotional speech given by "Hamilton" star Lin-Manuel Miranda at the Tony Awards, a day after the attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton marched in the NYC Pride parade on Sunday. Her account tweeted out a similar message marking a year of American marriage equality.
They weren't the only political accounts to mark the occasion. Other politicians shared their support of the landmark Supreme Court ruling.
The anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision comes just a day after Obama declared New York's Stonewall Inn a national monument. The historic gay bar was the site of the 1969 Stonewall riots against the New York Police Department.