Well, Maine has NOT been added to the list of states where gays and lesbians are treated equally. The voters in Maine voted against the law that their Legislature passed and their governor signed. The law allowing marriage equality never had any effect in Maine. The Anti-Gays made sure of that yesterday.
We're still waiting for the final count on Washington state decision on domestic partnership. This isn't even about marriage yet the rights of a minority is being voted on. Right now we have a slight edge over the Anti-Gays but the counting is still going on and it could go either way, keep your fingers crossed.
New Jersey had hopes for getting marriage equality but that has be sent back a decade because of the election of an Anti-Gay governor.
Yeah for the city of Houston for electing a lesbian mayor and for Kalamazoo for passing a non-discrimination ordinance. We'll take these steps forward.
Four states now have marriage equality. Massachusetts in 2004, followed by Vermont, Connecticut and Iowa. And beginning in January 2010, New Hampshire will be added to the list. And the 18,000 gays and lesbians that were married in the few months that California had some good sense until the passage of Prop 8, are still considered married. My Wife and I are proud members of that privileged group.
The latest fucktard movement in California is keeping your child home on Harvey Milk Day. The Governor signed the Harvey Milk Day bill into law and the Anti-Gays are freaking out about it. Yes, lets make our LGBT students comfortable in their classrooms.
So should we feel hurt, or more unequal, or more dehumanized, more hated or think less of ourselves because of some of yesterdays voting outcomes showed a little over 50% of the voting people are afraid of us? Afraid of our "homo.sex.u.al" agenda? Or our radical ways? NO, we shouldn't because we know better. We will keep on fighting in our peaceful and loving ways because we will eventually win this battle.
The Olson/Boies Prop 8 case is going to the U.S. Supreme Court and is currently schedule to begin on January 11th. The Anti-Gay group, Protect Marriage is working on pushing the trial out through their appeals of the judge's order to turn over their internal documents from the Yes On 8 campaign. Not only are the Anti-Gays dragging their feet to get the trial started but it appears they also have something to hide.
Marriage Equality in the U.S. is going to happen and until it does I want ANY Anti-Gay couple who are deciding on getting married to first get permission to do so from a Gay or Lesbian. I mean, it's only fair, right?
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