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I think that after Harvey Milk we could begin to talk about being proud: I m not in the states, but all over the world generations to come have the hardest first steps done y a long way of figthing for rights. Here in Argentina things at moment for gay men where so dangerous. And there s still along way to go. Tkans for being BEAUTIFUL.

Martin Brant

Just saw the movie last week. Wow. Sean Penn did and absolutely outstanding job. Harvey Milk had a beautiful mind and great courage. Everyone should see the movie.


what saddened me most about seeing Milk is that 25 years later very little has changed here in the US. 2 of 50 states grant us the right to marry. Gay men and women are killed daily in hate crimes the same as Harvey was. It makes me very sad to be an American - a gay American. Tonight's Oscars honored Sean Penn for his brilliant portrayal of Harvey Milk and his speech was inspiring. But will we see any more changes in the next 20 years?

Philadelphia, PA


Tom of Philadelphia -- What have you done to bring about the change you desire? The less from Harvey is that no one will do it for you. We, each, must fight the battle. As a blck gay I understand that change doesn't come because it is a good idea. I still am not accepted in the gay community. Blacks are still fighting for emancipation. Prop 8 results are a result of gay men thinking liberation comes without work -- maybe a hundred years of work; maybe more.


Well Walter since you asked....This year EVERY politition who came to my door asking for my vote was asked point blank where they stood on the marriage discrimiation issue and would they support gay rights in legislation. I have to admit a few were surprised but I voted for the candidates that would help us - not sell us out. I have also attended Equality Rally's in Philadelphia and have written to those who have both suppoted and repressed us. Is that good enough so far?!

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