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10/23/2009

Video: Autumn (and her would-be wife Pam) in New York

by Jeremy Hooper

ESAP-Fall-dinnerLast night in NYC, the Empire State Pride Agenda held its annual fall dinner. Drinks were drunk, shoulders were rubbed, and Annes were Hathawayed, as a whole lot of New York gay collided in one glitzy ballroom.

Oh, and there were some great speeches. For our ticket price, these were the two most memorable:

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY):

Gov. David Paterson:


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Thanks for posting these! I really like the fact that the governor spoke with such confidence that marriage equality will be coming to NY in the next few weeks. His speech makes me feel that he knows something we don't.

Posted by: queerunity | Oct 23, 2009 8:18:30 AM

"His speech makes me feel that he knows something we don't."

That was the general vibe of the night, QU. Like there was an unacknowledged secret bubbling under the surface

Posted by: G-A-Y | Oct 23, 2009 8:29:40 AM

I really hope it gets done now, if he doesn't get re-elected it may set marriage equality back in NY for a few years.

Posted by: queerunity | Oct 23, 2009 5:40:14 PM

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