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Ferras declares Liberation Day for gays!

Filed By Ed Team | May 24, 2008 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: American Idol, California marriage equality, Liberation day

"It's " LIBERATION DAY" for GAY PEOPLE everywhere!!!! The road to liberation day has been a long one, filled with tears and a great fight, but one that thankfully does not include giving up hope. Today, the end of the road is a little bit closer. Today, two people in love can finally be recognized just like everyone else. Its about love, acceptance and life. This is not only about a piece of paper, its about human rights. Its about rejoicing in the beauty of each and every person living on this planet! Its about individuality and the right to exist!

Gay people are citizens just like everyone else and should be afforded the same rights. Without recognizing gay marriage as a legitimate expression of love, partnership and equality, we are still living in the dark ages-communicating a message of intolerance and hate. It's 2008. Its a new time. A new era. A time to wake up and "throw your illusions away." May all beings rejoice and be happy, as we get one shot- one life- to be all we can be, be the best humans we can be and to love and be loved equally, as we all bleed the same blood. To all my gay and lesbian peeps- this ones for you.

All my love and respect, FERRAS"

-- Myspace blog by rising music star Ferras, whose hit song "Hollywood's Not America" has been this season's farewell song on American Idol.

We love you too, Ferras!


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