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01/16/2009

Video: The stories -- our stories -- will win this needless war

by Jeremy Hooper

Life is fleeting. Love endures:

We can be mocked, pushed, trampled, shunned, and stymied in every way. But our stories will not lose out to the narrative of bias. Ours is a tale with undeniable heart and humanity. Ours is a fight that is RIGHT.

Never stop.

New Film Shows Importance of Marriage Equality and Same-Gender Partner Benefits [Change.org]

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For My Wife Exemplifies the Need for Marriage Equality [GlaadBlog]

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That was beautifully done.

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Jan 16, 2009 9:42:15 AM

Thank you.

Posted by: John Ozed | Jan 16, 2009 12:14:22 PM

See this movie if you can! I got to see it at the Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and it was AMAZING.

Posted by: Cate | Jan 16, 2009 1:34:45 PM

This gave me chills from the get-go. The dedication at the beginning of the trailer comes from the dedication in one of my favorite books, L. Frank Baum's "The Wizard of Oz" from 1900. I hope I can see this film eventually...

Posted by: Joe | Jan 16, 2009 8:23:12 PM

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