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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Happy Happy GLBT Pride Month!!!

The state of New York which is the most populoous state in the country has voted that gay marriage is now legal.  They are the sixth and largest state in the nation to legalize same sex marriage.  New York’s population is slightly larger than the five states that currently allow same sex marriage, the number of Americans who will have access to this new freedom to marry will soon double. What a way to celebrate LGBT Pride Month.  

In May, the Gallup Poll found that for the first time a majority of Americans supported legalizing gay marriage, aided by a boost from independent voters, whose support increased from 49 percent to 59 percent in the last year alone. Hooray for the support of Republican Senators James Alesi and Roy McDonald, who broke away from the Republican norm and finally made an independent decision based on what they thought rather than stay with the party by saying, "Fuck it. I don't care what you think. I'm trying to do the right thing.” Way to go New York!!! It is only a matter of time before California gains the same rights!   


Wanda's Wings said...

Thank you New York and thank you for your support of GLBT community!

Haven said...

I'm so excited! This is going to be the best Pride ever =)

Clueless said...

@Wanda. You are welcome. It is my pleasure.

@Haven. This sure does help.

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