Thursday, June 28, 2018

Photo: Marriage Equality Groom Wedding Cake Toppers

This was at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. If I remember right, it was from the first wedding between two men in San Francisco. Despite it being a good number of years since then, we still have bigotry exist today. That being said, do some good for society, when going to a bakery, don't eat cake from a homophobic baker and tell him/her why. 

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  1. I am so with you, what other people do and who they love is non of our business!

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  2. How in hells name would you know what views a baker, butcher or candlestick maker had on people's sexuality etc.
    I am sure none would be so stupid as to put a sing on the door/window of their business saying "No Gays or Lesbians" will be served!
    Certainly wouldn't be tolerated here in Australia and I bet the rest of the civilised world, but in Turnip Top's USA well one just wouldn't know these days.
    Colin

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    1. SIGN - not ha ha - sing on the door/window!!!
      Colin

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  3. Hi, Adam...I've been gone for awhile due to illness but I am better and hope to be posting and visiting more often.

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  4. Debra stole my words! LOL ~ That's exactly what I was going to comment! Right on, Adam! I hate bigotry.

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  5. Or do business with homophobic or racists businesses. But, unless they are open about their views, we really won't know who to avoid.

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  6. I don't care what people do...as long as they don't do it in my front yard and scare Dexter.

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  7. Like the ladies above said...right on, Adam!

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  8. I have yet to eat at a Chick-fil-A

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  9. I just attended a wedding here and despite my absolutely strict taste, I had an amazing experience here and I thought to myself that this place is perfect! The food at San Francisco wedding venues is delicious and the ambiance is elegant.

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