In the Supreme Court's historic ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act, it did not find that there's a constitutional right to a same-sex marriage. Indeed, that wasn't the question before it.
The picture on the ground remains incredibly mixed. A majority of states still do not allow for same-sex couples to get married. While the DOMA decision is a landmark moment, the movement for full equality still has many milestones ahead of it.
A slew of states (those in red), do not allow for same-sex couples to be married. They include Texas, Idaho, Wyoming, Florida, Georgia, there's almost too many to list ... But after today, a lot people are going to be relishing the next fight.