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To which Sara responded I think you bought tickets to the wrong event. Or when a girl in the audience proposed marriage to Sara and Tegan made fun of her for writing the proposal on wrapping paper and well for the girl being jail bait.
**** Side Note: Tegan and Sara are heading into the studio to record their 6th album soon and are expecting a September 2009 release.
I’ve felt personal rage because I’ve worked so hard to win over this girl, and now in the wake of a new relationship, I’m spending most of my time focusing on and reflecting the hatred and judgment some people feel for those of us who are in same-sex relationships and marriages.
It’s like telling someone your house is totally worth buying, but the only issue is that everyone on the block hates your house because it’s the only one on the block with a single-car garage instead of a double.
I feel rage when I imagine the Prop Yes people celebrating, thinking they’ve won something, when, in fact, they’ve just stolen something. As the days have passed, I’m becoming focused and I am starting to feel brave again. You’ll never legislate that away.” As I type, I feel hopeful. As an example, below are some quotes from Paul Martin, the former Prime Minister of Canada, who, three years ago, stood before Parliament and defended the rights of gay people.
My parents’ wedding photos were my favorite when I was a kid. And you should care, straight or gay, white or black. Tegan Quin: This Week’s Theme: RAGE This week’s edition of Laugh, Rage, Cry will be a special one, featuring two individual columns by both Tegan and Sara, who chose to respond to the passing of California’s Proposition 8, which rescinds the right for homosexuals to marry. I would tell you how sorry I am for those who got engaged in hopes that they would be able to get married but now cannot.
They divorced when I was five, but I loved the way my mom looked, her dress spread out around her on the lawn of my grandparents’ funny brown bungalow. It is truly sad for me to think that there are millions of people like me, who cannot access these rights, these customs. It’s the right to choose to marry, the right to benefits, the right to adopt, the right to access the same set of rights extended to every citizen in the United States of America. This past week has been full of ups and downs for me. I would write about how my eyes welled up and the tears spilled out of me on election night, when the Proposition 8 “Yes” votes outnumbered the “No” votes in California.
I pay taxes, I obey the law, and I respect my place in the community and strive to be successful in it. I am fueled by the idea that my life as a message dismantles the public’s image of gay people as sexual deviants, as less than, as being abnormal.
Sadly, I’ve managed to find discordant messages in my own community.I feel rage when I pour over the parallels between civil rights movement and the ones of our past. I hope they give you the antidote you might need to turn back the effects of the rage you might be feeling in the wake of the Prop 8 debacle. Let it promote movement and organization on your part to continue the fight for civil rights for all people.