Starbucks And Others Recognize National Marriage Equality Day


Sly Merritt has a BA in psychology/sociology. MA in clinical psychology. He's a flip flop wearing hippy with a peaceloving mindset. Even pacifists like him know when it's time to do all we can for LGBTQ equality. Sly's views are all opinions not advice.

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  1. Odd that it was not promoted at all.

    • Sly says:

      I feel like while the effort is noble, our voices should’ve been a lot louder. I discussed last week the apathy that has plagued the LGBTQ community for a while. I didn’t even know about it until Sunday. We have to bee more vocal.

  2. Kate white says:

    ok to all the right wingers- it would be of great benefit to some of you to visit a library, or go online, and pull up the constitution( which is a slow read), the bill of rights ( really worth your time), and the declaration of independence( one of the most beautifully written legal documents that I have ever read). I did, & I’m not saying I know it all, but i know enough to know when I’m being fed a line, and a whole group of suckers are getting away with murder. let me just say this; the whole right wing religion based argument against gay marriage is a non sequitor. It’s rotten to the core. the very religious freedom that they so openly enjoy is protected in the first amendment, which also also calls for the division between church and state. following that most basic logic in our the constitution of the origins of our government,, there is no legal way one citizen can deprive another citizen of civil rights based on a religious preference. period. If you right wingers want the government to be mixed in with religion, you should think that over. that’s why the pilgrim’s left England in the first place.

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