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11/10/2008

Prop 8 to do: Weakened rights lead to weekend fights

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 4-192Q. What are you doing this Saturday?

A. First bemoaning the loss of the hours of Saturday morning cartoons that used to play on network television, an entertainment block that constituted one of life's greatest, most decent lil' pleasures. Then, once done with your "Captain Caveman" nostalgia, you are joining your brothers and sisters nationwide in reasoned, unified protest of Proposition 8's unreasoned, divisive passage.

Every state has at least one protest location, and most have a few options. Check out the list, find your spot, and most importantly -- SHOW UP! All info is here:

Join the Impact - Protest Prop 8 on November 15th!

**SEE ALSO: 365 Gay has an exclusive feature on Seattle activist Amy Balliett, founder of this national day of protest: Prop 8 Exclusive: Young gay marriage activist leads national protests [365 Gay]

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We protested here on Sat. Nov 8th...then some from here went to the Sacramento one too.
See pictures on PHB. They say there there are two so far planned in NYC on Wednesday.
one at the Mormon Temple the other Union Square? see PHB. Are you going?

Posted by: LOrion | Nov 10, 2008 5:53:54 PM

Argh! I have work! xD

I'd try and get out of it, but they know me. *laughs dryly*

Posted by: Trickster's Treat | Nov 10, 2008 5:56:08 PM

Don't worry TrTr...there WILL be MORE, many, many MORE.

Posted by: LOrion | Nov 10, 2008 6:09:40 PM

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