Posts Tagged Prop 8

YAY California!!!!!

After a nearly two year battle, a California judge today ruled Prop 8 unconstitutional and the ban on same-sex marriage was finally overturned!!!! This is a true victory for love and I’m so happy for everyone!

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All Love, NOH8!!!!

Khloe-Kardashian-NOH8-Campaign-Kardashian-Sisters-111609.jpgHi dolls! I just wanted to share the final image from the NOH8 campaign photo shoot that we shot last week! I’m so happy with the way it turned out. 
As I mentioned when I posted the first pic, I completely support and respect everything the NOH8 campaign stands for so I was truly honored to have been asked to participate in such a meaningful cause. It meant the world to me and my sisters and it’s definitely one of my favorite photo shoots I’ve ever done. 
Love = Love everyone…don’t forget that!
Go to Kim’s site and Kourt’s site to see their final NOH8 pics.

Beyond Disappointed with Today’s Prop 8 Outcome

For those of you who haven’t heard the bad news, the California Supreme Court released this morning that Prop 8 is being upheld.

While I feel extremely angry about this decision, I find myself ultimately feeling more disappointed with the state I call home, as well as my country.  If you don’t believe in same sex marriage, then don’t marry someone who is the same sex as you!  Simple as that!  Honestly people, what gives you the right to dictate how others should live their life?  Who are you to tell someone that they can’t marry the one they love?!?

Some of my best friends are gay and it’s just heartbreaking that they can’t share in a marital commitment to one another.  Isn’t the constitution meant to protect ALL of us????  The people’s decision is unfair, plain and simple — It’s unfortunate the majority of California voted this way.  

We all have a voice, and now more than ever we all need to use it.  Demonstrations will be happening all over the country today and tonight, so please join in the fight for equality.

I appreciate all of you expressing your opinions on the matter in comments on my post on Saturday, so please keep them coming!  I love hearing what all of you have to say.

The Supreme Court’s Prop 8 Decision

Hi dolls.  The California State Supreme Court announced yesterday that it will be releasing its decision regarding the fate of Prop 8 this coming Tuesday, May 26. 

This is a day that hundreds of thousands of both gay and straight people have been waiting for, a moment that people will always remember…a moment where gay couples are told whether they share the same civil rights as any straight couple, or a moment where they are told they have to continue fighting for their equality. 

It disgusts me that this is something that has to be fought for in the first place.  Love is love…and the people who voted for Prop 8 cast their vote for hate.

After the decision is made on Tuesday, no matter the outcome, marriage equality advocates will rally all over the country.

Click HERE to find a demonstration near you!!!!!

It’s Not Too Late to Turn Over Prop 8!!!

For those of you who don’t already know, Ken Starr and the Prop 8 Legal Defense Fund are trying to divorce the 18,000 same-sex couples that were married in California in 2008.  I am horrified by all the hate that exists in this world, but there is something we can do about it!

Prop 8 doesn’t mean that churches lose their tax exempt status or that gay marriage, or marriage of any kind, will HAVE to be taught in schools. This isn’t about morality. If it were, only moral people would be able to get married. Over half of all marriages end in divorce. It’s safe to say that it’s us straight people that are ruining the sanctity.

This is about adding hate into a constitution that provides protection for all. It is about separating the state and opening the doorway for legalized abuse. Proposition 8 is about discrimination. If you’re prejudiced, then shame on you. If you are not, then prove it.  

Watch this video that the Courage Campaign has created — if you find it as moving as I did, spread the word!  Together we can create awareness!


“Fidelity”: Don’t Divorce… from Courage Campaign on Vimeo.

Click on this link for more information and to sign the Courage Campaign’s letter to the state Supreme Court!