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Happy holidays, P8TT!

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By Adam Bink

Merry Christmas this morning, Happy Chanukah this evening and Happy Kwanzaa starting tomorrow to anyone celebrating.

I’m sticking around town this holiday (went home for Thanksgiving), getting together with friends later, watching some movies (we’re thinking Indiana Jones trilogy) and opening some presents.

Courage to anyone who is taking this holiday time to have a conversation with a family member or loved one about LGBT equality, whether that’s same-sex marriage, coming out of the closet or anything else. Let us know how it goes.

How are you spending your holiday?

6 Comments

  • 1. Gregory in SLC  |  December 25, 2011 at 7:13 am

    At work today… standing by to receive calls from Doctors and nurses with computer problems. Mentally creating a more-equal world for 2012. Sending love and peace to all my P8TT family and all those who suffer disapproval or discrimination in any form. Love, Gregory

  • 2. Sagesse  |  December 25, 2011 at 7:28 am

    Happy holidays all.

    Opening presents, cooking turkey. My son got to choose the TV marathon… Big Bang Theory.

  • 3. thark  |  December 25, 2011 at 9:21 am

    Wistfully pondering – in my HUSBAND OF 3 YEARS' loving arms – how this is actually our 30th Christmas day, wistfully pondering how better each year actually got…

    best wishes to one and all (even the folks at NoM: they did all this preying to "protectmarriage" and started a snowball that cannot be stopped, after accidentally creating the atmosphere of such permanent and rapid cultural development. Once upon a time, we though these days wouldn't be coming until the 2020's…

    But lo and behold: those days seem to be our days, here, and there's no doubt: God is smiling…

    Happy Holidays!

  • 4. MJFargo  |  December 25, 2011 at 10:35 am

    To everyone, may the joy of this season fill your New Year (and fingers crossed on the 9th's ruling!)

  • 5. Bob  |  December 25, 2011 at 10:53 am

    no matter the word that defines it, this is a holiday we all celebrate equaly,,,, time off, I like to take ime for quiet reflection, on the wonders of life ,,,,, an amazing work of C.C.,,, wishing everyone joy and PEACE!!!!!! our opponents definetly, will have a day or so off from their hate mongering, to ponder the birth of jesus,,,, hope it offers them some new insights,,,, on a world vision of EQAULITY and PEACE the purpose that was intended, by that birth,,,, embrace your LOVE, renew your energy, realign your goals,,, come back stronger,,,,,

  • 6. Chrys  |  December 26, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    Spent Christmas Eve driving to visit my wife’s family in a state where we are not married and attending her evangelical mother’s church service. It was surprisingly not as awful as we feared. Spent Christmas morning with her family, drove back home (to a state in which we are still not married, despite that marriage certificate we have), and spent Christmas night curled up together with videos. Today was back at work.

    We will have *our* holiday next weekend.

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