Behold: Photos of the wildest meeting of subcultures since whenever the last Coachella was.
When the Getty/AP calculus is done, I think Queen Amor will end up being the star of the SCOTUS protests and rallies. The drag queen ran in and out of the crowd, accompanied by a sidekick hoisting an amp and iPod, dancing to songs like "Born This Way" and "One Love."
I don't think this is a direct quote.
The Asian-American presence was large and earnest.
The sash-wearing America Needs Fatima movement are battle-hardened protesters, veterans of action against The Last Temptation of Christ and Dogma.
Liberals went more for Internet memes.
Like I was saying.
But the most compelling scene came near the end of the rally, as a man who wore a family portrait—him and his husband—quietly kept engaging in discussions with people he considered "hateful."
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