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Jun 27, 2012


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Charlie Quimby

That Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow jury couldn't possibly have known it would be supporting the Bluestem Prairie of Tomorrow. Nor could it have predicted it would select my good friend Fran Watson, who back in 1993 was one of a group of military officers who made a statement by coming out.

She got discharged and also got her picture in The New Yorker, taken by Richard Avedon, but nearly 20 years later, she still can't marry her partner.

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