Thursday, April 22, 2010

Texas court hears arguments in gay divorce case; only 2 gay demonstrators show up!

"Michael Robinson of GetEQUAL, said he was disappointed that more people from the LGBT community didn’t show up."

"A Texas appeals court heard oral arguments Wednesday, April 21 but made no ruling in the state attorney general’s challenge of a Dallas judge’s decision to allow a same-sex divorce," reports The Dallas Voice. "Security was heavy at Wednesday’s hearing, with about a dozen sheriff’s vehicles parked outside the courthouse, and a metal detector set up near the entrance to chambers. Authorities reportedly were anticipating demonstrations by anti-gay or pro-gay groups. As it turned out, only two pro-LGBT demonstrators stood outside the courthouse with signs." READ MORE