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I am going to be live blogging for two sites this weekend--Bilerico.com (which you should already be familiar with if you are a true fan or a good friend)--and iQreport; a new collaborative blog brought about as result of this march.

I will be contributing to two sections of iQreport: ""Why I march" and general blog. Look for my posts on their page this weekend starting tomorrow! I'm looking forward to getting your stories and sharing mine!

Speaking of Bilerico, my drive down here with Bil Browning and Jerame Davis was TONS of fun and really awesome. I'm now looking forward to Bil Browning's birthday tonight!

I met Nathan Treanor of NathanOUTLoud last night, and he's awesome. He and a friend stopped by on their way home after the bar as well. Looking forward to hanging out much more tonight! Had an interesting discussion about the movement! More to come, certainly!

What do you think is the future of the LGBT movement? Will we focus on a more localized strategy? Will we begin pushing harder on the federal level? Something in between?

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