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Posted by Steve Rothaus at 05:36 PM
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i am over the moon about DOMA decision, but we still have work to do. Please listen to my marriage equality song - 35,000+ hits on youtube and positive comments from 100+ countries.
I am so proud to be working on the right side of history. i hope you'll consider posting my song on your site. thanks so much...
Sherri Gray (the 72 y/o grandmother who wrote a wedding song for her lesbian niece)
Sherri Gray |
June 26, 2013 at 02:21 PM
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'The Day It Snowed In Miami,' a 90-minute documentary about South Florida's role in the LGBT-rights movement.