Garden State Equality To Hold Membership Appreciation And Fund Raising Event in Red Bank


THIS SUNDAY, February 19th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Garden State Equality will hold a free wine-and-cheese open house in centrally located Red Bank for all our members, including you, to show you our love and appreciation.  No RSVP necessary, and please bring whomever you’d like.

Location: Hip and Humble Home, 58 Broad Street, Red Bank. 

On Sunday, this incredibly cool home furnishings store will donate 25 percent of your purchases to Garden State Equality’s campaign to override Governor Christie’s veto of the marriage equality bill.

212 LGBT civil rights laws at the state, county and local levels in New Jersey our founding in 2004 — and now we’re one of only three states in American history to pass a marriage equality bill under a Governor hostile to marriage equality.  Those are your achievements, dear members.  We thank you with all our hearts, and we hope to see you Sunday.

Posted: February 17th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Marriage Equality | Tags: , , , , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Garden State Equality To Hold Membership Appreciation And Fund Raising Event in Red Bank”

  1. Proud Republican said at 3:23 pm on February 17th, 2012:

    Why stop there – why not marriage equality for EVERYONE – bisexuals, polygamists, pedophiles, bestialists – anyone screwing anyone/anything has the right to be called “married.” If you are going to redefine marriage for one group, you have to do it for all. It’s happening already – polygamists are suing for their “right” to matty and NAMBLA is readying a challenge to lower the age of consent. The proverbial slippery slope….

  2. Hmmmmm.... said at 5:58 pm on February 17th, 2012:

    ….isn’t “Hip & Humble” owned by Loretta Weinberg’s son? You know, the grand dame of the Dems who was CORZINE’s running mate for Lieutenant Guv? Hmmmm….

  3. Hip&Humble; Yes, owned by Weinberg said at 6:11 pm on February 17th, 2012:

    According to this article–yes it is.


  4. Schwepps said at 10:40 pm on February 18th, 2012:

    Proud Republican, I’ll do you one better…if marriage is verboten for some, then you have to do it for all…Ban ALL Marriages..straight or gay! God, it would sure free up the weekends from May to September with no boring wedding to go to, no?