NOH8 Campaign Comes Out to Salt Lake City

January 5, 2012
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“We’re extremely excited to finally bring the NOH8 Campaign to Utah”, said Parshley. “In 2008, Prop 8 had strong support from the Salt Lake-based LDS Church, resulting in national controversy and animosity towards the Church. Since then, Americans have largely shifted towards tolerance and equality, and while California’s same-sex ban is currently under federal appeal, six states and the District of Columbia now allow same-sex marriages, and five states now allow same-sex civil unions.”







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Prop 8 Passage Brings Nationwide Protests from Sea to Shining Sea

November 24, 2008
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On Tuesday, November 4th, something remarkable happened in the United States; Americans elected its first African-American president. Yet on a day when millions of Americans would celebrate such an historical event, civil rights leaders and gay rights proponents throughout America were left shocked and numb. Looking beyond race, Californians proudly chose diversity and voted for..




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Speaking for Equality, Speaking for Me: National Protest Against Prop 8

November 13, 2008
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At the end of September, I wrote an article about why I opposed California’s Proposition 8 and encouraged voters to Vote No on Prop 8. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Proposition 8 passed and Californians voted discrimination back into their state constitution.  Say what?  I can’t tell you how or..




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Why I Oppose California’s Proposition 8 Eliminating Same-Sex Marriages

September 26, 2008
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         In March 2000, California voters passed Proposition 22, which added a provision to the California Family Code stating that only a marriage between a man and a woman would be considered valid or recognized in the state of California.  This past May, the California Supreme Court determined that Prop 22 violated..




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