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  1. franiel32
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    Reblogged this on franiel32.

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  2. adam weise
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    I am the Man pictured in this article.
    My name is Adam Weise. My Husband of 28 years Paul Owen and I were on the Carnival Liberty celebrating his birthday.
    We came across this demonstration while we were walking around the city. We decided to ask questions and eventually stood on the wall with these brave participants. We held the signs and offered our support to the cause.
    It made the 19th very memorable. Thank you Alexa for your activism 🙂
    I hope Barbados will change their stance on this issue and embrace diversity and inclusion.

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  3. jerbearinsantafe
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    Reblogged this on Fairy JerBear's Queer World News, Views & More From The City Different – Santa Fe, NM and commented:
    Combating official homophobia…

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