1. B [Real] 2.1

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    AUGUST 8, 2010 - SEGMENT ONE Prop 8

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    • SHOWER

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      from The WEDLOCK Project / Added

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      Documentation of the premier SHOWER: a 30 minute performance piece from The WEDLOCK Project Part 3: MATRIMONY. Performed on March 26th, 2010 in collaboration with Jess T. Dugan's work Coupled at Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA. March 26, 2010 Images courtesy of Ron McClelland and Neil Contractor. Music: Sposa son Disprezzata, by Vivaldi, performed by Summer. copyright © 2010, The WEDLOCK Project.

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      • Prop 8 Ruling

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        Plaintiff Jeff Zarrillo talks about the victory after Chief Judge Vaughn Walker rules against Proposition 8.

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        • Prop 8 Stagecraft

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          The day before closing arguments David Boies and Ted Olson hold a press conference, meanwhile Chuck Cooper expains that he instead choose to focus on the court and not the media.

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          • Same Sex Marriage is Impossible

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            Here are some thoughts on Prop 8 from a Christian perspective.

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            • Tending to the Community: Kate Kendell Bartends at CAV Wine Bar

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              On Wednesday, August 4, 2010 Judge Vaughn Walker ruled that Proposition 8 was unconstitutional. By Friday, August 6, 2010 the opposition already had filed the appeal to a higher court. While there is great celebration in the LGBT community for the great victory, there is also great attention toward the next phases of the journey towards full and true equal rights. To that end. Pamela Busch, the owner of San Francisco's CAV Wine Bar, decided that 10% of the proceedings for the bar tab on that day would be donated to the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) and Equality California (EQCA) two organizations whose tireless efforts have helped in this fight. NCLR Exec. Director Kate Kendell tended bar at CAV this evening and took a few moments in her inaugural moments as bar keep to share some thoughts.

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              • David Boies on Prop 8 & Supreme Court

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                David Boies, who led the plaintiffs’ legal fight against Prop 8, talks to a capacity crowd of 300 at San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club on the day following the trial judge's ruling striking down California's ban on gay marriage. Here's a 3-minute excerpt of his concluding remarks.

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                • Castro Celebrates Prop 8 Knock Down

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                  By: Angelica Arreola, Valerie Klinker and Eming Piansay

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                  • Prop 8 Overtuned - followed by celebrations and a flash mob at San Francisco City Hall: 8/4/2010

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                    A few quick videos of the celebration at San Francisco City Hall for Judge Vaughn Walker's decision to overturn Prop 8. Quite amazing. We were all treated to a flash mob to end the night.

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                    • Thank You For Your Call

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                      ***Outfest 2011 jury award winner for best documentary short*** In 1935, the Social Security Act was created to help ensure the economic safety of America's elderly. As of July 2010, the United States Social Security Administration does not recognize same-sex marriages or domestic partnerships as valid relationships. Consequently, thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender seniors are denied Social Security benefits every year. Ineligible for Social Security surivors benefits, and faced with undue economic burdens, many LGBT seniors are often forced to give up their homes after losing their partner.

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