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Gay Pride in the 1950s: The Photo Booth as a Safe Space -
A remarkable, moving and even revolutionary image of two gay men in 1953.
On July 1st!!Show your patriotismflood the InternetWear your ‘We Are You’ t-shirtTake a photo of yourselfPost it to all your social feeds with the hashtag#WEAREYOU
#NYC catch-up with a #DevotionProject pal! It was my kinda lunch: 4 hours, a bottle of #Vermentino, and endless conversation… Thank you Anne xo #MyPerson #lgbtq #love (at Grand Cafe Lafayette)
Fashion guru and Olympic champ are no longer a "novelty" couple -
Gail and Audrey are a New York City couple who are at their happiest since getting married, but still experience systemic challenges as a same-sex couple.
Our granddaughter is in the 8th grade. Of our relationship she tells her mother, “Those two really have fun together!” Like them, we come from love. - Gail Marquis
Check out the shorter version of “Foremost in my Mind” that we created for Freedom to Marry too! It’s at the bottom of this article -
know your rights
This month, as we mark 45 years since the patrons of the Stonewall Inn defied an unjust policy and awakened a nascent movement, let us honor every brave leader who stood up, sat in, and came out, as well as the allies who supported them along the way. Following their example, let each of us speak for tolerance, justice, and dignity — because if hearts and minds continue to change over time, laws will too. — Barack Obama, Proclamation on LGBT Pride Month, 2014 (via selfevidentproject)