Six Years Ago Today – We Fled to Canada for Freedom

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Frank Jump, left, kisses his partner Vincenzo Aiosa as they hold their marriage license at city hall in Toronto, Friday Feb. 13, 2004. Jump and Aiosa were one of seven couples from the United States who came to Toronto to get marriage licenses. (AP Photo/CP, Adrian Wyld)

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Thirty years ago, homos had a heart on for promiscuity and the right wing vilified us. Today homos have a heart on for monogamy and marriage and the right wing vilifies us. Let’s face it. They don’t like us. We’re here, we’re queer – get on with it!

Rotten to the core © Vincenzo Aiosa

I think it is really Rotten that we are still not allowed to get married in New York State- thanks to a bunch of Republican Assholes in Albany. Also adding to the list of assholes are the Democrats who voted against the bill included Sens. Joseph Addabbo, Shirley Huntley, George Onorato and Hiram Monserrate of Queens, Carl Kruger of Brooklyn, Ruben Diaz Sr. of the Bronx, Darrel Aubertine of the North Country, and William Stachowski of the Buffalo area. – Vincenzo Aiosa – Rantourage

Frank Jump and Vincenzo Aiosa got married on Valentine’s Day, February 14th 2004 in Toronto, Canada.

Thank you Equal Marriage Canada, The Great City and People of Toronto, The Honorable Justice Harvey Brownstone and his partner Marty, and Brendan Fay and Jesús Lebrón!

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3 responses to “Six Years Ago Today – We Fled to Canada for Freedom

  1. Happy Anniversary. Wishing you a long and happy life together.
    xo

  2. Oh my god! so beautiful, I really like that pic, I wish you all happyness who exist in that world! #belove