The WEDLOCK Project
Part One: ENGAGEMENT
Part Two: PDA (Public Displays of Acceptance)
Part Three: MATRIMONY

It feels strange to be in the minority of a minority…

Wow…just read the news about the defeat of gay-marriage law in Maine. Do we really live in such a conservative country? Is it really not possible for people to “live and let live”? TT and I have been married for over two months now and not a single Catholic or Mormon church has collapsed. I’m having a hard time trying to understand the rationale behind denying two adult Americans the right to get married. Tim and I are now in the minority of a minority and it feels strange to think that most gay / lesbian Americans can not get married freely. I still believe that change is coming. And I feel even more committed to using The WEDLOCK Project as a vehicle for strategic alliance and social change! I am really looking forward to PDAs (Public Displays of Acceptance) and the impact that will have.

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