#TheDevotionProject: six #short #docs celebrating #lgbtq #love and #family - over 700K #YouTube views, 54 #filmfestivals, 14 #awards… Have you seen all six?
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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 -