Haven't been around for a while - and sorry about that; am back in college full time, plus in two clubs (the Psych club for my major, and also the GLBT club), plus working part time, plus
writing fiction for publication. Shoot me now. *grin*
Anyway, I was wondering. Since we managed to get the president elected who is concerned with equality and fairness and unity, and since he said that as of right now he prefers civil unions for GLBT folk and not marriage but
he admits that his views on the matter may be shaped by societal prejudice and not by the real truth of God, and he invites evidence to that end, does anyone know if there are any plans to try to give him the evidence he invites?
I've written several things for school lately that argue for gay rights and have gotten high marks (and won formal academic debates), but I know very well that unless you've got some social or political clout behind you, getting your stuff in to see the President is nigh on impossible.
Also, I'm aware gay rights probably won't be the first issue on his desk nor on his mind, what with the war, the economy, and so on. But I do at least think he's compassionate and open minded and would be willing to hear it. So has anyone heard of any plans to that end? I was thinking someone at Soulforce might...