Ellen DeGeneres, daytime's funniest talk show host, on Friday posted her own legal brief, saying someone was sure to tweet it to the Supreme Court justices considering two cases related to gay marriage.

DeGeneres married her wife Portia de Rossi in 2008 before Proposition 8, California's marriage ban, overruled a California Supreme Court decision legalizing marriage for gay and lesbian couples.

“I've never filed a brief to the Supreme Court, so I thought I would post mine here,” DeGeneres wrote. “I'm sure someone will tweet it to them. Portia and I have been married for 4 years and they have been the happiest of my life. And in those 4 years, I don't think we hurt anyone else's marriage. I asked all of my neighbors and they say they're fine. But even though Portia and I got married in the short period of time when it was legal in California, there are 1,138 federal rights for married couples that we don't have, including some that protect married people from losing their homes, or their savings or custody of their children.”

“The truth is, Portia and I aren't as different from you as you might think. We're just trying to find happiness in the bodies and minds we were given, like everyone else. In the words of Benjamin Franklin, 'We’re here, we’re queer, get over it.' And there's another famous quote that says 'A society is judged by how it treats its weakest members.' I couldn't agree with that more. No one's really sure who said it first, so if anyone asks, tell them I said it.”