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You Needed $100K For Awkward Unrehearsed Celebrity Reenactments?

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post criticizing the Courage Campaign for asking for $100,000 for their new campaign, Testimony: Equality on Trial. They gave no details of what the campaign would entail and simply expected supporters of marriage equality to fork over the cash. This week, we see what this campaign is all […]

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Really Courage Campaign? I Thought You Were Better Than That.

The Prop 8 Trial (Perry v. Schwarzenegger) is a big deal. It’s important that it gets as much visibility as possible; the testimony that was shared throughout was incredibly important to our movement. I was really proud to see and be a part of the stepped-up efforts to raise awareness during the trial, particularly those […]

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Thoughts To Consider Regarding Perry v. Schwarzenegger, the Prop 8 Case

Hopefully, many of you already know that today is the first day of trial in Perry v. Schwarzenegger, a federal proceeding to overturn California’s Proposition 8, which could end up opening marriage to same-sex couples across the nation. This could easily be the Loving v. Virginia of our time, where SCOTUS has the final word […]

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