The Reverend Sister Go-Go is ready to
marry gay and lesbian couples in the wake of a federal judge's
decision that struck down Prop 8.
The reverend is also known as Jane
Wiedlin, rhythm guitarist-singer of the 80's all-girl band the
“I am absolutely overjoyed that sane
minds have prevailed and Prop H8 has been overturned,” Wiedlin
wrote at her website. “Equal rights for adult humans is not
something that should EVER be put to a vote.”
Wiedlin is supporting the ruling by
holding a marriage sale, ostensibly only for straight couples.
“In celebration of this historic and
joyful event, we have lowered the price of my officiant services,”
she wrote at her website. “No matter what your orientation, if you
and your beloved are going to tie the knot, I would be honored to be
part of your happy day.”
Wiedlin has acknowledged that it might
be a while before she can officiate at a marriage ceremony for gay
couples. California recognizes gay and lesbian couples with domestic
“It's going to be a lot more fighting
back and forth,” she told Spinner.com.