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Gays put hurt, dismay behind them

Young and old, the marriage equality vote heartens people who have had to hide their sexual orientation from friends and family

By Susan Essoyan

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 13, 2013

~~<p>Libert Weatherholtz, 50, was at home in Kalihi watching the news during the weekend when his cousin's face flashed on the TV screen, speaking out against same-sex marriage.</p>
<p>&quot;Oh my goodness, what is going on?&quot; he remembers thinking. &quot;My grandparents taught us to love one another, respect everybody, no matter who they are.&quot;</p>
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Libert Weatherholtz, 50, was at home in Kalihi watching the news during the weekend when his cousin's face flashed on the TV screen, speaking out against same-sex marriage.

"Oh my goodness, what is going on?" he remembers thinking. "My grandparents taught us to love one another, respect everybody, no matter who they are." Login for more...



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