Carrie Ross-Stone sits in SpringfieldOhiotalking about lesbian marriage in a town whose name so screams heartland that The Simpsons are set in one.
How is the slow-moving soul of our country taking to MarsPa. Then there is that group that's silent but feels that way too. Then there is the third group of fence-sitters who just don't know what to believe.
That's where I think we're making a difference. They're most interested in our story.
We certainly do not look like the negative stereotypes [of lesbians] that are being slung about. In some cases we're told we don't even look like grandmothers.
Maybe we won't be able to make health-care decisions for one another. We stand to lose everything, so we decided to do something. They'll be joined by a quartet of cyclists from New HavenConn.
According to participant Vanessa Heraldpausing in TyronePa. They are keeping a painted tally on the door of their support vehicle. Carrie Ross-Stone says Mars was not kind to her, growing up gay in the early '70s.