So I have grown accustomed to, and have discovered the things I like about L. and really just focus my time and energy on that, and pretty much never go west, stay off the west side.Yeah, we have one song left to mix and then we master at the end of the month. I think some people will think that it’s just too far in one direction. It’s definitely in the vein of what we’ve been working out, over our records.Tegan, you told me last time that you and your partner, even though you could marry in Canada, chose not to until your American friends had the same right.Tegan: Yeah, as a gay person, but also as someone who lives in America part-time, I'm really sensitive to this topic.--are still every bit the outspoken activists they've been for most of their 13-year career.That outspokenness includes the currently front-burner issue of marriage equality.
Sara: I did take a small sit-down, I like to call it. Tegan: I hope this time we play maybe like an hour later.And to me, I do feel optimistic because I think it's just injustice, in that case where you’re talking about obviously people not being treated the same.It’s not fair that if you are legally married under the eyes of the law, that you shouldn't have the same benefits as everyone else.That could change, depending on how the court decides the case involving the California's Proposition 8.Fuse News recently spoke to Tegan & Sara about the future of marriage equality rights and whether they plan on walking down the aisle any time soon.So ladies, it's been about 9 months since we spoke about this stuff, and in that time these two big, potentially landmark cases have come in front of the Supreme Court.