On October 11th the gays will gather in Washington to demand “equal protection in all matters governed by civil law in all 50 states.” But not everyone thinks the march is such a good idea. We look at that marches we’ve done before, the one coming up, and offer our endorsement.
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To shed some light on DADT as it relates to gay women, Autostraddle has been fortunate enough to snag an interview with Lissa Young, an insanely intelligent, aware, reflective and accomplished woman. Lissa graduated from West Point in 1986.
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“What I do not enjoy is people saying a woman marrying a woman will lead to a woman marrying a dog. I do not want to marry a woman. I am very little and she would crush my bones.”
“It took me a very long time to come to terms with what I felt for girls. Not because of my own religion, but because of the religion and judgment of others, and because growing up in such a small town greatly limits what you see as viable options for yourself.”
Straight people can be fat and ugly too, you know.