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Headlines of the Day from this Historic Election

Below are my two picks for the headlines on this historic day. These are both running on the Seattle Times website. I flipped them (Obama’s article was the lead) because I felt that complimented the feel of our community more. … Continue reading

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The Most Historic and Exciting Election in History — Take 2

Today’s the day we could make history (or not). On the ballot in four states are issues related to gay marriage equality. In Washington state, Maryland and Maine, we want voters to approve already passed gay marriage equality legislation. In … Continue reading

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Asking the Important Follow Up Question in the Gay Marriage Equality Fight

BuzzFeed has a lengthy article on Brian Brown, the National Organization for Marriage’s President, about the upcoming votes on marriage equality happening November 6. In the article Brown differentiates between what is and is not discrimination against gay people: “I … Continue reading

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Maine Gay Marriage Equality Ad Sums It Up Best

In the below clip, this well adjusted, heterosexual male, just wants for his moms that to which he already has access. I’d also venture to say that this intelligent, well-spoken ¬†young man is an excellent example to debunk those children … Continue reading

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Busting the Maine Marriage Myths

Looks like Minnesota isn’t the only state where gay marriage equality opponents are spreading falsehoods. The American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) gives us a break down of the myths within the anti-equality ads that are now appearing in Maine. … Continue reading

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