Despite the fact that the "pendulum swings" women are still allowed to vote 93 years after the passing of the 19th amendment. The general trend within this country is that once a specific demographic gains a right they don't just lose it again.Providing there is still a US in 2050 it's impossible to make even a sorta guess. Depends upon how far the pendulum swings or where in the swing we are at the time.
I'm putting $20 on Utah being the last holdout. I've known a lot of Mormons and their resistance to gay marriage regardless of age has been really quite extraordinary. I think those guys may mean business.I'd be very surprised to see gay marriage not legal anywhere in the USA by 2050. Based on the current youth approval rating of gay marriage right now, I think even Mississippi and Utah would go for it by then.
By 2050 Demographic change will have made the USA a much different place.I am waiting for challenges to begin on the Constitutional amendments passed in the past ten years to see what happens. My thought is that somewhere down the line, a number of amendments will be removed or struck down, but some states may hold on to them for a while. By 2050, I expect much of this to be largely forgotten.
:ytI think it will be available nationwide, and it will only be unacceptable to a few die-hard throwbacks, much like interracial marriage is today.