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Rotten to the Core / Assholes in Albany

Rotten to the core © Vincenzo Aiosa

I think it is really Rotten that we  are still not allowed to get married in New York State- thanks to a bunch of Republican Assholes in Albany. Also  adding to the list of assholes are the Democrats who voted against the bill included Sens. Joseph Addabbo, Shirley Huntley, George Onorato and Hiram Monserrate of Queens, Carl Kruger of Brooklyn, Ruben Diaz Sr. of the Bronx, Darrel Aubertine of the North Country, and William Stachowski of the Buffalo area.The Federal Government, should take example from our neighbor to the North (Canada) .

Frank Jump and Vincenzo Aiosa got married on Valentine’s Day, February 14th 2004 in Toronto, Canada.

Thank you Equal Marriage Canada, The Great City and People of Toronto, The Honorable Justice Harvey Brownstone and his partner Marty, and Brendan Fay and Jesús Lebrón!

For more information about same-sex unions see the website The
Civil Marriage Trail
, sponsored by Brendan Fay and Jesús Lebrón


or click on the link below:

Here is the Press release that was sent to the Associated Press for printing
as of February 10, 2004:

Frank Jump & Vincenzo Aiosa have been living together in Brooklyn since 1990. Mr. Jump is a photographer/composer and NYC school teacher. He has recently completed his Masters Degree at Brooklyn College through the NYC Teaching Fellows Program. Jump is an original ACT-UP member and in April 2004, he will be living with HIV/AIDS for twenty years. Jump’s photographic website project, The Fading Ad Campaign documents vintage mural advertisements in New York, across the U.S., and Europe and is a metaphor for his survival.

Mr. Aiosa, a NYC contractor, apartment remodeler and owner ofM V R Remodeling, Inc., is originally from Torino, Italy and has been living in the U.S. since 1982. Both Jump & Aiosa are thrilled to be tying the knot in Toronto and thank the Canadian regional government for their broad-minded and inclusive marriage laws. They are both hoping the United States makes the right choice in recognizing same-sex unions.

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