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10-22-2007, 10:58 AM
It's been so long since I last was able to log on, but I want you all to know that I've had you on my mind. This website and this organization haved changed my life forever, as I hope you feel as well. I can't promise when my next hello will be, but know that I'm doing very well and I miss you. The comfort and sense of family here are unlike anything else I've found.
10-22-2007, 11:11 AM
Glad to see you again!!!! Missed you! :love:
10-22-2007, 11:41 AM
Oh there you are!!!!!
We've missed you Mia!
Hope everything goes well. :love:
10-22-2007, 11:55 AM
We are again trying to get our footing for a local grassroots effort to raise awareness and do some gathering of forces. There is a billboard locally that Mia found a week ago, that said "Should Pennsylvania Abandon Marriage?" and the linking website, which Mia checked out, had two attractive, friendly women, espousing how PA is "Ground Zero" for the push to have gay marriage be legal nationally, and that they must get people to Act Now! to save "traditional" marriage. I wish we were ground zero, but that is the first that I have heard that. So, we are trying to get a VERY strong LGBTQ ally force rallied up around here, maybe do some video, tap into our resources here and the resources local to us such as PFLAG and such. She is doing great, grand life plans, healthy, stable, and peaceful, and she is energized to get something moving. She gets me motivated every time!!!! :):love:
10-22-2007, 12:08 PM
Regarding your plans, if you are linking up with an equality organization, why not get them in touch with the folks who defeated the marriage amendment in AZ? They've been offering to share how they devised a successful strategy with other states, and can share how they developed a strategy specifically geared to win with voters in this state, so your equality organization can tailor a strategy specific to its state demographics as well.
10-22-2007, 12:51 PM
That sounds like that makes sense. The thing is, we have a DOMA like law already in this state, so I am not sure what this group is so afraid of. I just assumed that we would never be able to have gay marriage here due to there already being protection for marriage between man and woman in this state. How do I get in touch with this group from your home state?
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