The boyfriend and I will be catching a bus - one of several leaving Hampton Roads - at 7:00AM to travel to Washington, D.C., with a group of other LGBT Virginians attending the National Equality March. As a result, I will not have Internet access and will not be doing live postings tomorrow. I have written some posts that will automatically publish tomorrow morning and in the event we get home before it is too terribly late, I may do a preliminary update on our experience. The D.C. weather forecast is for clear and sunny tomorrow, and I surely hope that such will be the case.
The boyfriend will be acting as my photographer and I am hoping that with press credentials I may get an interesting interview or two. Whether or not Obama and the Congressional Democrats pay any note to those of us assembling tomorrow, I believe the March will energize people to not be satisfied with the crumbs being doled out to us at present and that a younger generation of leaders with more energy and a willingness to press demands for equality will be moved to step forward. We need more inspired leaders and few ass kissers like Joe Solmonese and his cohorts at HRC.