Sweet op-ed in the NYT by Frank Bruni about equal marriage being passed in NY. He understands taht the more we tell our story, the better it is for all:
Over the last quarter-century the love that dared not speak its name turned into a veritable motor mouth, to a point where the average American, according to an astonishing Gallup Poll last month, thinks that about 25 percent of the population is homosexual. Hardly. But that perception underscores how visible gay people have become. And familiarity changes everything.
p.s., thanks New Yorkers! What a special state to call home!
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