She believes that the next president will make a lot of changes, not stating her political view but claiming how she was appointed by President Obama which says something, but she does keep an open mind just like she must do with her cases. Growing up you may hear kids say something to other young kids like “it’s not possible to have two moms”, but Judge Judith puts it another way. She says, “you may need a sperm and egg to have a baby, but you don’t need that to have a family. All it takes is two people who love each other.” As kids mature, they will understand Judge Judith’s point of view. As a college student, I am lucky enough to know and have gay friends in my life and I accept them for who they are. As Judge Judith said, “College is a huge transition period, so you should find support and connections to stay encouraged.”
I found Judge Judith E Levy’s speech to be very informative and persuasive. Although the speech was an interview, the questions she had answered were well thought out and gave an inside perspective of what is going on within the court system with LGBTQ people. This speech was not like any of the ones we had practiced in COMS 1030 because Judge Judith was sitting the entire time and instead of looking at the interviewer, she looked at the audience. Typically, in an interview, you would look at the person asking the questions.