How We Win Gay Marriage In 2010
Posted on June 5, 2009
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While it’s tough to imagine another grueling campaign so soon, I believe we have to go back to the ballot box in 2010 and win this thing once and for all.
In 1978, Harvey Milk led the successful fight against the Briggs Initiative by using a three-pronged strategy:
First, Harvey urged all gay people to come out to everyone they could. Experience proves that most people won’t vote against gay rights if they know someone who is gay.
Second, Harvey recognized that the Initiative boiled down to the proposition that it’s not OK to be gay. Almost all of these things do boil down to that idea, which is their main weakness. See How We Win Gay Marriage In 2010
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