The plaintiff, in what is now the famous same-sex divorce case in Texas in which a judge ruled that the state's ban on marriage equality is unconstitutional, speaks to Good Morning America Weekend's Bill Weir.
Only going by the initials JB, he says, "After ten months some of it is relief, some of it is sadness, and some of it is overwhelmed because then the floodgates opened again...I don't think the end of anyone's marriage can be celebrated as a victory."
JB also expresses frustration with LGBT legal groups who opposed his lawsuit but are now jumping on the bandwagon.
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