Her denomination is not one that is commonly associated with progressiveness or open-mindedness, and I know that her journey to this point hasn't been an easy one. There were people who resisted her advancement at multiple steps, and I suspect that there are people who will leave her congregation because they can't see past their bigotry to how fortunate they are to have her as their pastor. For the people who remain, even the ones who are hesitant to be led by a lesbian, my hope is that they will see how utterly ordinary her relationship with her wife is. The genders may be different, but they experience the same love and companionship and struggle of any heterosexual couple. Different on the surface, but fundamentally the same underneath.
I hope too that Americans will come to their senses and not vote a dickhead for POTUS.