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Jim Borgman, Pulitzer Prize winner, The Cincinnati Enqurirer.
Love and flowers. (The Rev. Deacon Leilani Nelson)
Castro Throng, 6.26.13 (The Rev. Deacon)
A Tuesday night, not a weekend; 6.26.13. (Deacon Leilani)
Cynthia Wides & Elizabeth Carey, trying the knot at SF City Hall. (source unknown)
The Rev. Dr. Thomas W. Ogletree, retired from the Yale Divinity School, is up on charges now in the United Methodist Church for officiating at his son’s wedding. (Christopher Capozzeielo/The New York Times)
The minute Edie Windsor found out she beat the United States government. (Ariel Levy/The New Yorker)
The most famous building in the world went Gay again; it always does, every year, it’s got Pride.
Equal: imagine that. (The Reverend Deacon)
Ernest Clay & Louie Crew, Apostles to the Queers. That whiteboy’s gonna be a saint someday, you know he is, so let’s remember the gorgeous guy he takes delight in.
Priests of the Orthodox Church in European Georgia beat a man for being Gay as a police officer tried to get him to safety. Priests did this! May they rot in hell. (Reuters)
International Day Against Homophobia, May 17, Cuba. I didn’t even know there was such a day, but Castro’s daughter got involved. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)
Jen Rainin and wife Frances: doggy & flags, nice chair. (Source unknown.)
Keith Ford kisses his fiancé Robert Hart, FDNY, 6.30.13. Watch out, people, the person who saves your life might be a Homo Sexual. (James Estrin/The New York Times)
Prop 8 plaintiffs Kris Perry and Sandy Stier wasted no time; they got married by the Attorney General of California. I think that’s their oldest son looking on. (Dustin Lance Black)
San Francisco, 6.26.13. I ran this on my prayer site and escaped unharmed. (Deacon Lani)
Mark Carson murder site, Greenwich Village, New York, May 17. (The New York Times)
More American. (Deacon Lani)
One magazine, June 1963: we’ve been at this a long time, since before the word Gay was adopted. The editors couldn’t conceive of actual legal rights, they wanted to promote relationships. Fifty years later, I believe that marriage equality, more than any other right we still need, is what breaks the back of homophobia. We’ve won, people, you can stick a fork in it. (Russ Manley/bluetruckredstate.blogspot.com)
Paul Katami & Jeffrey Zarrillo. (Patrick Fallon/The New York Times)
World LGBT acceptance map, according to the Pew polling organization.
Where it started – which is why New York, not San Francisco, will always be the world’s Gay capital. We fought back; that never happened before, though there were earlier protests in California and D.C. We fought back in New York, with fists, rocks and bottles flying – and the word spread worldwide. They scared the cops; that’s what made the difference. (source unknown)
Unconstitutional, you mother——: The Castro, SF, 6.26.13.(Deacon Lani)
Butch boys: Give that man a Pulitzer Prize. (adamandandy.com)
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