Dear Mrs. Mary Ann Sullivan,
Sharing our 17th Valentine’s day together, my husband and I were dismayed to hear of Indiana’s movement towards an anti-marriage amendment that would serve no purpose but to promote the view of gay people as “lesser than”.
Gary and I met Oct 8, 1994. On March 9, 1996 we had a religious marriage ceremony among family and friends. We are still waiting to legalize it. We don’t drink, we don’t smoke, and we don’t do drugs. I work full time and we are both involved in the community. We have strong values and a sense of civic pride.
Our bond, our marriage, to each other is strong and filled with love. The proposed Indiana legislation would try to convince people otherwise. I want to shout from the rooftops how so wrong that legislation is. Please raise your voice with mine.
John D Fox