Subvert the will of the people?
If the people are wrong, then I would argue that it is not only right to subvert the will of the people, it is our duty.
When a majority places their own interests above the interests of a minority at the expense of the minority, that's called tyranny of the majority. Hurting people just because you don't like them is wrong.
Third graders know that. Third graders would not have voted for Proposition 8.
But a slim margin of Californians voted tyrannically.
So will we attempt to subvert their will? Most definitely. Utah Phillips has said, "Freedom is something that you assume, then you wait for somebody to try to take it away from you. The degree to which you resist is the degree to which you are free."
We will be free.