Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director at the ACLU, writes about his story and against prop 8:

The right to be equal citizens and to marry whomever we wish unimaginable to me when I first came out is now ours to lose in California unless we stand up for what’s right. All of us must fight against what’s wrong. In my 43 short years of life, I have seen gay and lesbian people go from pariahs and objects of legally-sanctioned discrimination to being on the cusp of full equality. The unimaginable comes true in our America if we make it happen. But, it requires effort and struggle.

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