Legally married gay couples this month will be filing joint tax returns to the I.R.S., pressing the federal government to again acknowledge that, by failing to recognize gay marriage, it routinely asks U.S. citizens to lie on their tax forms.
“More people are refusing to lie on those forms even though the government is telling them to,” said Nadine Smith, director of gay rights group Equality Florida. Smith is gay and married and she says that she and her partner will not lie on their tax form this year.
“It would be both dishonest and deeply humiliating to now disavow each other or our marriage and declare ourselves single,” she said.
Smith’s group is waging a national campaign called “Refuse to Lie.”
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