If you're in Los Angeles on Friday, May 29th, you should definitely consider checking out the documentary, "For My Wife," featuring the compelling story of Charlene Strong and her fight for marriage equality.
Strong lost her partner Kate Flemming after a tragic flooding incident in Seattle in late 2006, and was nearly barred from seeing Flemming in her last moments of life. Strong's heart wrenching testimony about the hospital ordeal helped prompt Washington State to pass domestic partnership protections for same-sex couples.
You can read more about Charlene's story here.
And here are the details on Friday's Los Angeles screening:
The HRC, Women On A Roll, and the Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce are proud to join the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center to present . . .an award-winning documentary film for my wife... a Love Story on Marriage Equality
For My Wife
Friday, May 29th
The Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles 90038
6:30pm Cocktail Reception - with Guest Mixologist Whitney
8:00pm Screening for my wife...
9:30-10pm Q&A with filmmakers
Tickets are $20.00 - BUY TICKETS
($25.00 at the door - while seats last)
Includes screening & cocktail reception
Benefitting organizations in support of Equal Rights
For more information on the film visit the For My Wife website.
GLAAD has worked with Charlene Strong consistently for nearly two years to bring attention to her story and the stories of countless others who have faced hospital visitation issues and other difficult circumstances brought on by a lack of marriage protections. We applaud her efforts and will continue working with her as she continues her journey towards equality for all same-sex couples.