Saturday, July 16, 2011

One Example of the Freedom to Marry Denied

I went back and re-read the story of Liz and Ryan. They have such a beautiful thing going, and now that they are raising a daughter it is a glaring absence of justice that they are denied the freedom to marry. I highly recommend reading their story, or re-reading it, as the case may be.
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  1. Thank you again. I'm so happy to have your support, and I still think you did a wonderful thing writing up my story and posting it here on your blog. My family and I are doing fine, and I certainly hope if anyone reads my story they are inspired by my example. We may not be actually married, but our relationship is stronger than many couples who are married, and I couldn't be happier.

  2. Liz, I appreciate your help and the beauty of your family. Thanks again!


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