after five years, in the Slate Jurisprudence column, at http://www.slate.com/id/2193935/.
In critiquing Scalia's prediction that Lawrence would inevitably result in the the legalization of same-sex marriage, the authors have this to say:
"But if premature as a legal matter, Justice Scalia's jump from sodomy to marriage contained a great insight. Once a despised social group has achieved constitutional protection against harmful discrimination — sodomy laws for gay people, Jim Crow laws for people of color — the group will aspire toward full constitutional equality, including recognition of its members' relationships and families. The civil rights movement attacked the segregated schools and facilities of the South before it went after laws barring interracial marriages; indeed, the court did not sweep away anti-miscegenation laws until 1967."
The whole article is worth reading.