Gay Couple Marrying in Rose Parade Admits Making Political Statement
Contrary to the claim of AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) President Michael Weinstein that the gay wedding of Danny LeClair and Aubrey Loots on a float in the Tournament of Roses parade is not intended as a political statement, check out the real story from the blissful couple themselves.
According to the aidshealth.org website:
Leclair and Loots, who own three LA hair salons together, had planned to wed after the Supreme Court in June allowed same-sex marriages to resume in California. But they sped up their plans once they realized the vast platform the Rose parade presents.
Not a political statement?
Next the website continues with this:
Weinstein said the legalization of same-sex marriage will go a long way toward reducing infection rates among gay men, who have been sent mixed messages. “On the one hand, we’ve been telling them to protect themselves and be safer,” Weinstein said. “Then on the other hand, we’ve been telling them their relationships are not legitimate.”
So Weinstein believes gays having the legal right to marry will make them less promiscuous? One study revealed that 83% of the homosexual men in the study estimated having sex with 50 or more partners during their lives, 43% with 500 or more, and 28% with 1,000 or more. 78% of homosexual relationships intended to show commitment lasted less than 3 years.