05-03-2009, 09:49 PM
Tomorrow, I'll work on learning to install YouTube in posts.
05-18-2009, 02:57 PM
Did you figure it out yet? (http://www.soulforce.org/forums/showthread.php?t=2310)
It’s really easy, but make sure you have the original code (URL) to copy from. It’s to the right of the video on the YouTube page. Copy the portion after the equal sign, paste it into the comment box, highlight, and then press the YouTube button.
See how easy that was? (cackle cackle)
BTW, that was a good video. Professional looking, sounding, and quality content. Worth sharing. I give it :tup: :tup:
Here’s the info on the YT page:
One of the most dominant myths used by forces opposed to marriage equality is that allowing same-sex couples to marry would somehow negatively affect religious institutions or apply restrictions to their freedom to worship as they choose.
Although this myth is patently false, that has not stopped some opponents from using the claim to lead people to believe their religious freedom is in danger. Fortunately, in New York, we do not need to speculate on how religious institutions, spiritual life and the freedom to worship will be affected if the state passes a law allowing same-sex couples to marry. New York needs only to look to our neighbor to the east, Massachusetts — where marriages for same-sex couples have been legal since 2004 — to see that the worries about such a law negatively impacting people of faith have been unfounded.
Also, does this count as “more content”?
Denver Marriage Equality Rally: Ethan speaks
Nine-year-old Ethan speaks on the Capitol steps in Denver at a marriage equality rally that he personally organized with the help of his teacher, Kyle Kimmal, who introduces Ethan here, and his mother, Tracy Edwards, who is straight. Edwards said that Ethan thought it was unfair that some of the family's friends could not get married. Helping Ethan during his speech is Mindy Barton, legal director at The (GLBT) Center's Legal Initiatives Project (CLIP). Almost two dozen of Ethan's classmates and friends attended to support him, and nearly 200 LGBT people and allies attended the rally.
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