Dr. Scout Responds to Haters Re: White House Marriage Proposal

At last week’s White House LGBT Pride Reception, before President Obama walked in, Dr. Scout, director of Network for LGBT Health Equity at The Fenway Institute, dropped to one knee and proposed to his girlfriend, Liz Margolies, executive director of the National LGBT Cancer Network. Liz said yes. Videos of the their proposal were posted online, and while most people were joyful for the couple, there were some (uptight conservatives and bigots) who weren’t so nice. Why would these morans get all sandy-pantied over a marriage proposal at the White House?

Scout is transgender, and legally male. Weirdly, the same people who hate the idea of marriage equality also don’t want transpeople to marry when it’s “opposite marriage,” to quote mouth breather pin-up girl Carrie Prejean.

Scout, who had spent about a year planning the White House reception (and the marriage proposal), posted a wonderfully elegant and genuine video addressing the hateful remarks. Now if he’ll only tell us where they’re registered!

Congratulations Scout and Liz!

4 Responses to "Dr. Scout Responds to Haters Re: White House Marriage Proposal"
Elliott | Friday June 22, 2012 07:23 pm 1

he’s charming — the trade, lol

nahant | Saturday June 23, 2012 11:17 am 2

dakine01 | Saturday June 23, 2012 02:01 pm 3

Book Salon up with Charles Ferguson’s Predator Nation: Corporate Criminals, Political Corruption, and the Hijacking of America hosted by Maureen Tkacik

gannonguckert | Saturday June 23, 2012 10:04 pm 4

Sandy pants? Ya know, I am totally hep and hip and hep, and have a middling conservative’s appreciation for vocabulary, but, sandy pants?

On second thought, I guess that’s a good description of being irritated…ants in my pants comes to mind…

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