This is what Marriage Equality Looks Like

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A View into the Rotunda – SF During Prop 8 and DOMA SCOTUS decision.

Young Film Makers at Cinequest (And Prop 8 is live streamed as a play)

Today I saw three productions – two at Cinequest, and one online. The online one was AFER‘s production of 8 – a play which takes dialog directly from the court transcripts of the prop 8 trial before Judge Walker. I always fear watching young film makers first works. On one hand the age means we … Continue reading

My thoughts on Prop 8…

I could try to write something now but I feel like today’s ruling said so much that it speaks for itself…Page 38 was the best part in my view: “We are excited to see someone ask, “Will you marry me?”, whether on bended knee in a restaurant or in text splashed across a stadium Jumbotron. … Continue reading

Prop 8 Unconstitutional

Prop 8 once again declared unconstitutional The question of whether Judge Walker should have reclused himself and if the ruling should be struck down due to his orientation and having a same-sex partner was also decided as a no. However the proponents are allowed to appeal the decision So this could continue on…

Prop 8

Tomorrow’s Prop 8 ruling will likely cover three parts to the case… 1) If former U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker should have recused himself from hearing the case because he is gay and had a long-time partner with whom he was not married (and therefore might have an interest in marrying someday) 2) If … Continue reading

Prop 8 – Inequality that just won’t go away.

Seriously I’m tired of Prop 8. Today I woke up at 5:30 am to shower and get my self looking semi presentable (too sleep deprived to call it professional), drove to San Francisco, heard speeches in favor of equality at the rally prior to the courtroom hearing, then attended said hearing debating both if the … Continue reading