May 17, 2004 at noon - The first homosexual "marriages" performed at Boston City Hall
Here's the scene that day.
It's not an exaggeration to say that you could feel the spiritual blackness in the air -- an evil -- that gripped the soul. And there were the jeering and hateful epithets of the homosexual activists with that look in their eyes you don't forget easily. One felt the need to stop and pray as a defense mechanism.
All us who were there agree that we'd never experienced anything like it before. It was such a chilling experience that we didn't take as many photos as we should have, but these should give you a flavor of it.
By 10 a.m. there was already a crowd of mostly homosexual activists
lined up at the entrance
to Boston City Hall to await the "newlyweds"
who would come out shortly after noon.
As pro-family people came, the homosexual activists made it a point to
stand in front of them or otherwise annoy and harass them.
You can imagine the treatment THESE people got that day!
In-your-face was the message for the day. . .
A lot of signs like this, which was
also screamed at us.
As noon approached, it got louder and louder outside.
As the first "grooms" and "brides" began to come out . . .
An interesting sign. Note the two men
in front of the sign embracing.
Needless to say, well before May 17, 2004, public schools in Massachusetts began holding assemblies and other activities celebrating the "legalization" of same-sex "marriage". And afterwards, as we all know, it really picked up steam. And the feeling of "evil" in the air has re-appeared at other events.
But as we've observed from the beginning -- no court or legislature can repeal the laws of nature.