May Love Find You Today

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Sending love, support, and care. You may not personally know us: we may not personally know you. But, we are connected through time and space by shared experiences, concerns, hope, and wishes for a future where all are safe to be fully themselves. May love find you today. 

Love is Love. 

— Maureen Truax Holland, Esq (an Obergefell attorney) and Dr. S. Taylor Williams (physician)

Memphis, TN

Editor’s Note: Maureen Truax Holland was one of the attorneys in the Obergefell vs Hodges case to the Supreme Court that ruled same sex couples have a fundamental right to marry.

Read more notes in the Love Notes to Rural LGBTQ+ Youth Project and learn how to send your own below.

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This note was submitted as part of The Rural Youth Catalyst and Rural Assembly’s Love Notes to Rural LGBTQ+ Youth project. We invite you to write your own – a few sentences, a paragraph, or even a short video. Learn how and read more in this series below. 

 

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Rural LGBTQ+ Youth Love Note: May Love Find You Today

“May love find you today,” write Maureen Truax Holland, Esq (an Obergefell attorney) and Dr. S. Taylor Williams (physician) in their love note to rural LGBTQ+ youth. 

Read more notes in the Love Notes to Rural LGBTQ+ Youth Project and learn how to send your own below.

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Rural LGBTQ+ Youth Love Note Tim and Liz

Rural LGBTQ+ Youth Love Note: From Tim and Liz

You’re exactly what we need, say Norris, Tennessee couple Tim Marema and Liz McGeachy in this love note to rural LGBTQ+ young people. This video was submitted as part of The Rural Youth Catalyst and Rural Assembly’s Love Notes to Rural LGBTQ+ Youth project. We invite you to write your own – a few sentences, a paragraph, or even a short video. Learn how and read more in this series below. 

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