Out on the street: we asked a sampling of LGBT people in Seattle."Does your patriotism Patriotism
See also Chauvinism, Loyalty.
comic-strip character known as the “protector of the American way.” [Comics: Horn, 155–156]
elm traditional symbol of American patriotism. ever conflict with your self-respect as an LGBT LGBT Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender American."
NEILA GLIDDEN, 34, LAB MANAGER
"My sense of self respect isn't affected, but I don't feel respected by this government because I pay taxes just like everyone else and I don't have the same rights"
BRIAN KELLY Brian Kelly may refer to:
"No. I've been witness to the huge shift: in attitude [toward] gays. in the 1950s gays were considered freaks arid ar·id
1. Lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or woody plants: an arid climate.
2. criminals. Now there is a level of acceptance I couldn't have imagined,"
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"No. There are things that I don't agree with that are considered 'patriotic to some but by to stay true to myself and continue smiling each day."
TONY OTERO, 26, RECEPTIONIST
"My patriotism is not affected in any way. t was in the Navy and I was proud to serve my country."
ANTHONY TIPPINS, 45, SALES
"No. I'm proud to be a gay American. We still have a ways to go with equal rights, but I live in a city that makes me feel good about being black and gay."