DSC03543 - Gay Rights March - Protest Signs

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  • Michelle 7y

    sad to know that the same signs are still having to be displayed now, decades later. you would think people would have evolved more to finally see gay rights = human rights.
  • Kara M 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Equal Rights, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Kara M 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Best of San Francisco, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • jsr2458 3y

    Hi I'd like to use this for my politics assignment if you don't mind..
  • Loupiote PRO 3y

    i don't mind, but please give me credit for the photo (e.g. photo by Tristan Savatier), thanks!
  • mY thoughtS. 4mo

    It's wonderful, absolutely amazingly wonderful to see how most of the citizens of most of the states of America, the media, big and small multi national and local business are speaking against the ridiculous anti- Gay law of the state of Indiana.
    The whole country has united on media, through protests, through other ways to denounce the insensitive law. 11 major companies such as Apple, Walmart, Twitter, Nike, etc. are refusing to give away their business to Indiana unless they change the law, not just businesses the whole state of Connecticut, many cities in many states are standing united against this law that is illogical, regressive, insensitive, unscientific and unintelligent on all levels. Thank you America, proud of the progressive minded attitude and solidarity amongst groups here!
    How I wish this could happen in India with the media, people, businesses and everyone who is sensible and sensitive coming together to ridicule and stand against the gay-criminalization law of India. Puts a poor light on the government of India and unfortunately the mind-sets of many of it's people. It's a shock to see what group India belongs in when it comes to the gay-criminalization law. Have a read-
    Abhi V.S.----------------------------------------------------
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