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07/22/2011

NYT feature: Young New Yorkers united for marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Eighteen young people under the age of 22, all of the from one of the NYC's five boroughs.

Sixteen of them are straight, two of them bisexual (one m, one f).

Fourteen of them are supportive of marriage equality; three are against (two of them citing religion as reason why); one is indifferent.


Go listen to this compelling New York Times feature to hear the future, in its own words:

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