In Los Angeles, the local gay press is begging those planning to protest to spare West Hollywood (WeHo). In an op-ed titled "Don’t Trash WeHo When Protesting Prop 8" the author writes:
Unfortunately, there have been rumblings that otherwise responsible, level-headed folk are gearing up to throw bricks.
Equality California (EQCA) sent an E mail yesterday that began, “The decision we have been waiting for is coming any day now. While we hope for the best, we are prepared to do whatever it takes to win marriage back (emphasis added),”
However, same news website also has an article linking to the Day of Decision website which is organizing:
“Day of Decision” actions that will either:
1. Celebrate a positive decision and attempt to spread its impact, or
2. If the court rules against us, make sure that our angry voices are heard around the world. Anger for denying an entire group of people their civil rights is perfectly legitimate and appropriate.(my emphasis added)
The Day of Decision website page for the plans for San Francisco has a link to One Struggle One Fight, the group that has been using the Prop 8 backlash to foment "civil disobedience".
(One Struggle, One Fight is a recipient of a grant from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. I've decided to add a label "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence" and connect my various posts that reference them.)