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Gallery | Hundreds protest gay marriage ban in Miami Beach (2)

Hundreds came to Miami Beach City Hall Saturday afternoon as part of a national Join the Impact movement to protest this month's passage of anti-gay-marriage laws in Florida, California and Arizona. About 1,000 protested in Fort Lauderdale.

All photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff 

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only one single opposing view with a sign, and yet the media covered him with in video and pics, i guess it is democracy. where there any gay Mor ons there?

And that coverage missed the best part, which were the sign-holders that smilingly surrounded the Christianist (who was bull-horning "get back in the closet") - signs that included "Please stop spreading hate in my name. Thanks, God."

These are such great photos -- thanks!!!

I guess since you think protesting a free and fair election result can help change those results, perhaps we can all protest Obama's election as president.

Do these people believe that protesting will change the result?

The will of the people has been heard and proposition 8 was defeated in California by a significant margin. Time for you people to move on with your lives.

The constitution exists to protect the minority from the tyranny of the majority. People voting for something is irrelevant if the courts deem it to be unconstitutional.

Take up your argument with the African-American population.

i'll take up my argument with homophobic people of every race, thankyou MiamiInfidel, and guess what? there are more homophobic white people. And the way democracy works, Steve, is that when a majority votes for injustice, you keep working to change people's minds, and then you vote again.

The will of the People? Most "people" read at a 6 to 8 grade level and when they put in the ballot this confusing ammendments they just go by what the radio or friends said. It happened where I work, they just wrote the first part of the ammendment here in Florida. I immediately complaint and they switched it around.The Spanish radio was filled with misinformation as well. The ammendment passed because people understood something else. Shame on those so called christians, as we see in one of the pictures, what we need is love.

The will of the people was heard. Yet it is our constitutional right that the majority not suppress the minority.

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