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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