M I S S I O N: Our vision and goal is to educate people about gay culture in order to promote mutual  respect, harmony, tolerance and positive change.
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“I am tired of seeing ministers who will preach homophobia by day, and then after they’re preaching, when the lights are off they go cruising for trade… We know you’re not preaching the Bible, because if you were preaching the Bible we would have heard from you. We would have heard from you when people were starving in California–when they deregulated the economy and crashed Wall Street you had nothing to say. When Madoff made off with the money, you had nothing to say. When Bush took us to war chasing weapons of mass destruction that weren’t there you had nothing to say.
But all of a sudden, when Proposition 8 came out, you had so much to say. There is something immoral and sick about using all of that power to not end brutality and poverty, but to break into people’s bedrooms and claim that God sent you. It amazes me
when I looked at California and saw churches that had nothing to say about police brutality, nothing to say when a young black boy was shot while he was wearing police handcuffs, nothing to say when they overturned affirmative action, nothing to say when people were being relegated into poverty, yet they were organizing and mobilizing to stop consenting adults from choosing their life partners”   Al Sharpton
Coretta Scott King - Her support to gay marriage
The widow of Martin Luther King Jr. called gay marriage a civil rights issue, denouncing a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban it.  Coretta Scott King, the widow of the slain civil rights leader, made her comments Tuesday during a speech at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
"Gay and lesbian people have families, and their families should have legal protection, whether by marriage or civil union," she said. "A constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriages is a form of gay bashing and it would do nothing at all to protect traditional marriages. Constitutional amendments should be used to expand freedom, not restrict it.”
to our straight friends and supporters.
“…we are thrilled at all the support we have received from supporters and I really want to say a BIG THANK YOU to all of our straight friends and family. I know it’s not always easy to stand up for what you believe in, but those that stood by our side, protested with us, shared their voice for equality and cast their vote against bigotry made a huge step in showing our community that we are not alone in our Pursuit for Equality. We still have a long way to go, the fight is far from over, and justice will prevail. Thank You For Your Support”.
          Julie Phineas is a work at home mom of 2 who lives in Southern California. You can find out more about her by visiting her page on MySpace.
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to STOP all forms of bigotry and hatred based on fear and misinformation.