Monthly Archives: June 2008

The Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment and the Ultimate Hypocrits

It didn’t take the Republicans very long to say they were going to try again to change the U.S. Constitution to state that marriage can only be between a man and a woman.  Some of the sponsors of this anti-gay … Continue reading

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S.F. Gay Pride Parade 2008

We got to the Parade just a few minutes before it got started and it was fun. Long (about 3 hours) but fun.  Afterwards, Doug, Scott and I went to the Civic Center for the big festival.  The parade’s focus … Continue reading

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The End is Near? Hardly…

There is a sense of panic among some anti-gay activists recently.  This is partly due to the law change in California.  Now some think that the end is near.  Every natural disaster that is occurring is because of gays and … Continue reading

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My Response to David Benkof

If you happen to read the San Francisco Chronicle, you can see my Letter to the Editor in response to David Benkof’s attack on gays and lesbians.  It was published today (June 20, 2008) and you can read it here.  … Continue reading

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Well, It’s Official!!!

We just settled the date for our wedding, and it will by on Friday, July 18 at 3:30 pm!!!  That is in about three weeks.  It is going to go by quickly.  We can only have six guests for the … Continue reading

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Another Wish from Debra JM Smith

Debra JM Smith, the woman who wants to throw everyone on an island (I told this to my husband-to-be Doug and he laughed and said he wished she would send us both first class tickets to Australia!), has some comments … Continue reading

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David Benkof is Back…

Not that David Benkof ever went away.  This man, who describes himself as "openly bisexual, but as an Orthodox Jew he is guided by Jewish law in the areas of sexuality and family life."  Today I opened up the paper … Continue reading

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