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  1. George F says

    This is the kind of activism that can more easily convince people that there is an injustice towards the LGBT community….

  2. Francis says

    Great to see people making a stand! Extraordinary that this 30-years-and-counting lesbian couple are denied a marriage license yet straight couples who know each other for a couple of days can rush into marriages and divorces within months. Sacred my butt.

  3. says

    I just love to see videos like this and to see people taking action. I am so incredibly lucky to have married when it was allowable in San Francisco because now I have a wonderful husband and a 4YO son and I thank the stars every day for such happiness. I can’t wait for all gay people to be able to share their lives openly and not face hate and discrimination. I promise you North Carolina I will economically boycott your State and support the Campaign for Southern Equality at every opportunity.

  4. Ernie says

    I’m excited by this group of activists: they are on-message and they are getting attention. CBC Radio in Canada this morning mentioned them on the show, Q, for instance. Instead of narrowly fighting the proposed constitutional amendment in NC, they’re going on the offensive and demanding rights. Good work, folks, especially to the lesbians who are willing to be the face of the campaign.

  5. Jack M says

    I hope they’re proud of themselves, arresting two nice ladies like that. Guess it makes them feel more like God-fearing heterosexual men.

  6. says

    I fully support this consciousness-raising campaign of civil disobedience, carried out in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther KIng, Jr. It puts the glitter-bombers to shame!

  7. Rin says

    Yo go ladies!! Civil disobedience is true commitment and in the spirit of all great social justice movements that WORKED.

    Does anyone know where we can send money to help them financially?

  8. Kathryn Boussemart says

    I am a single, straight Southern woman and I support EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL AMERICANS! including the right to marry the person they love regardless of gender.

    Listen y’all: if you are against allowing Gays and Lesbians to marry, then don’t marry one of them yourself! No one is forcing you to do something repugnant to you. And how does it possibly hurt you in any way? Many of them are already living together and may live next door to you. So what difference could it possibly make to you if they choose to marry?

    Turn your backs from hatred. Practice Christian love and charity and support equal rights for all Americans. NOW!

  9. ohplease says

    “It puts the glitter-bombers to shame!”

    No, it doesn’t. There can be more than one kind of activism. In fact, there must be.

  10. walter says

    time to boycott north carolina and all businesses from there. it is past time to use the almighty dollar to achieve equality.

  11. Paul R says

    @Walter: then we’d also need to boycott the other 30+ states and the federal government, all of which forbid marriage equality. I have zero financial interest in North Carolina, but it’s unfair to assume that every business there supports the views expressed in the proposed amendment or the actions of these police.

  12. Rin says

    @Liz

    Thanks! This is the way things get done. I’m happy to financially support people who are willing to sacrifice their freedom so that others might have equality.

    No rancor, no ugliness, just firmly entrenched activism.

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