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When the predictable backlash instantly ensuedthe president of the Board of SF Pride, Lisa L Williams, quickly capitulated, issuing a cowardly, imperious statement that has to be read to be believed. Williams proclaimed that "Manning will not be a grand marshal in this year's San Francisco Pride celebration" and termed his selection "a mistake". She blamed it all on a "staff person" who prematurely made the announcement based on a preliminary vote, and she assures us all that the culprit "has been disciplined": disciplined. She then accuses Manning of "actions which placed in harms way [ sic ] the lives of our men and women in uniform": a substance-free falsehood originally spread by top US military officials which has since been decisively and extensively debunkedeven by some government officials indeed, it's the US government itself, not Manning, that is guilty of "actions which placed in harms way the lives of our men and women in uniform".
Marion Eleanor Zimmer Bradley June 3, — September 25, was an American author of fantasyhistorical fantasyscience fictionand science fantasy novelsand is best known for the Arthurian fiction novel The Mists of Avalonand the Darkover series. While she is noted for her feminist perspective in her writing,  : 28—29 her popularity has been posthumously marred by multiple accusations against her of child sexual abuse and rape by two of her children, Mark and Moira Greyland, and others. They had a son, David Robert Bradley —
Updated: September 6, pm. In a letter, including to the Wisconsin State Journal, Ann Walsh Bradley, who is not related to Rebecca Bradley, wrote she and her family have received "numerous comments and contacts mistakenly confusing me with Justice Rebecca Bradley," prompting her to ask newspapers to include Rebecca Bradley's full name in headlines and to point out in each story that the two justices are not related. Print newspaper headlines typically use the last names of officials -- usually because there is a limited amount of space.
My Story I grew up in a Christian home. I also knew that homosexuality was wrong. So I didn't understand why I was feeling what I was feeling inside. I remember when I was young that I was teased a lot in school Called "fag" "faggot" and "queer.
But I, and this court, must acknowledge that a majority of Californians hold a different view, and have explicitly said so by their vote. This court can overrule a vote of the people only if the Constitution compels us to do so. Here, the Constitution does not.