Do Ask! Do Tell!
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Stop the Deportations
Under current law my partner and I will never have the ability to be together. Our government wont recognize us as a relationship. We are second class people. My partner lives in Indonesia and the only way we can be together is for me to go there and visit once in a while. Why do the bible beaters have to deny me the right to be happy. It is not fair that I am treated differently. Love is love. No matter with a women or a man. My love is not different just because I love a man. We are committed to each other and want to build a life together and have a family. I can only live the life that is convenient for others. What would it be like if they were not able to do something that other people were allowed? What would happen then? Im sure they would feel discriminated against. It easy for them because its not their human rights that are being challenged here so then its ok because its happening to someone else. We are talking about basic human fairness. I want equal rights.
Hi there — I’m a freelance writer working on a piece for the website Gayswithkids.com. I’m searching for a binational male couple to interview – with kids, living abroad, considering moving back to the States due to the changes in federal law. I’m hoping you know of someone; my deadline is Friday, but I can likely extend it by a week or so. Thanks!
You’ve hit the ball out the park! Inilcdebre!