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May 15, 2008



Imagine my immense pleasure, upon hearing the good news and going to the internet, at finding on the front page of the New York Times this lovely picture of my friends Stuart and John whose marriage four years ago in San Francisco was rendered null and void, and who were plaintiffs in the test case upon which this decision was made.

Here they are in a video, with horror writer Jewelle Gomez and her partner.

Stuart, a Chinese/white hapa like me, has been very much on the record about the irony of his own family history: anti-miscegenation laws were part of the national dialogue when his parents got married, and now the Cali Supreme has used its 1948 ruling overturning Cal's anti-miscegenation law to make Stuart's marriage possible.

Congratulations to the plaintiffs ... and to all of us!


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My partner and I, together 29 years, are now both disabled, am hoping it happens in our state before we die. May the planes be filled with flights to CA!!!!!!!!!

I think all the airlines should have a special next month when the change takes effect ... just in time for Loving Day!

The loving special? Two seats for the price of one into San Francisco?

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