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Not in 'Our Town': San Franciscans Take to the Streets After Proposition 8 Decision [With Photo Slideshow]

600 gay-rights activists gathered Tuesday to protest the California Supreme Court's decision to uphold Prop. 8.

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"We have found that, unfortunately, the marriage-equality movement tends to be middle-class lesbians and gays. It left out a lot of us that aren't of that socioeconomic or racial background."

She added that she hopes it's just a matter of time before all same-sex marriages are legal in California.

"The next time it comes around on the ballot, I will do my part to strike down Prop. 8," she said. "I'll do whatever needs to be done.

"This is our town. As far as I'm concerned, San Francisco is our town."

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