at Prop 8 Presser
I'm so old I remember going with ACT UP in the 1980s to municipal marriage license bureaus on Valentine's Day, and being denied licenses, then staging erotic kiss-ins.
Today, I humbly honor the thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans who helped paved the way that helped create our victory in federal court.
My apologies for the incorrect date stamp on the pics and fuzziness in some of them. If you use any of the photos, please credit this blog.
Without further ado, a few photos from the victorious side's presser in the fabulous reception hall of the Bentley Reserve in downtown San Francisco this afternoon:
Chad Griffin led the way down the staircase, followed by the attorneys and plaintiffs.
Plaintiff Kris Perry speaks about her happiness with the ruling, her partner whom she wants to marry and their family.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera, Deputy City Attorney Therese Stewart, plaintiffs Sandy Steir and Kris Perry.
Longtime Latina lesbian activist and blogger Gloria Nieto asking a question.