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03/26/2013

For the love of God (and #equality), let Joe Mirabella get some sleep!

by Jeremy Hooper

I adore Joe Mirabella (in a way of which my husband, who is also a fan, totally approves). I also love this heartfelt piece that he wrote last night, and I think you might as well:

Screen Shot 2013-03-26 At 5.46.24 Am It is going to be a restless night at my home tonight. For the love of my life, the night will be rough as he recovers from a nasty cold. For me, I will be kept awake with worries and hopes. This night will be different from others where I have laid awake thinking about the future and how to make it better for the world’s millions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people. Tonight is different because I know the Supreme Court of the United States is about to hear arguments about my love, life, and the lives of my brothers and sisters in this country and around the world.
KEEP READING: Awake on the Eve of History [Seattle PI blog]

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