Seen today in the National Equality March: two elderly men walking with smiles side by side. Each held a sign. One sign: Beaten By Cops in 1965, Still Waiting for Equal Rights. The other sign: I’m 82, Gay and Still Waiting for My = Rights.
Spotted over the National Equality March: a rainbow. For those who believe that God sends weather in judgment, what kind of judgment does a rainbow on a warm and sunny day represent?
The two most popular chants as the National Equality March gathers but before the march itself commences: “Obama, Obama! Let Mama marry Mama.” “What have we got? Democracy! When have we got it? Now!What do we want? Equality! When do we want it? Yesterday!” Occasionally