marriage-equality

 

It’s not about the “big gay white” movement to assimilate, but about the notion that I should have the same rights as any other couple who wants to legalize their union. Let’s keep working to eradicate homophobia, but also to eradicate LGBT youth of color homelessness, violence against women, racism within and outside of LBGT organizations, misogyny and sexism within and outside of LGBT organizations, transphobia, class inequality, the list goes on.

Marriage equality is a step, yet a small one.

The struggle continues.

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  1. Amen! I’m looking forward to the day when my lady and I can get married and live our lives like “normal” people… *chuckles But seriously this debate on marriage equality is getting old…I can’t believe the powers at be care so much about who’s getting married when there is so many other things in the world we need to focus on…

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