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This is heartbreaking. I don’t believe anyone sells Atkins Elegant Desserts hereabouts, but I’d boycott anyone who did.

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  1. Chief  •  Aug 7, 2007 @6:06 pm

    I do not understand the intolerence, no, the hate displayed by this closed minded mother.

    I am not familiar with any Atkins products but I will be looking for them.

  2. Bil Browning  •  Aug 7, 2007 @10:57 pm

    Thanks for the link! We’d be honored if you’d include us under the Group Effort section of your blogroll!

    The truly outrageous part of this story is that originally the Indy Star just did a puff piece on Mrs. Atkins and how great it is that she’s instituted prayer time at her company without mentioning anything about how her twisted Christian values have tormented her son’s life. It wasn’t until those of us in the blogosphere started raising the hue and cry that “balance” would require showing both sides of her family values.

  3. Freddie Borders  •  Aug 8, 2007 @1:13 pm

    I am so wonderfully grateful for all the feedback and support from every news media and the LGBTQ community. Lets all stick together now !! This is the time to really make a BIG difference in our rights!!
    Freddie Borders, Houston, TX

  4. Mike Lacy  •  Aug 8, 2007 @1:41 pm

    I have known Brett and Pat for over 25 years. They are wonderful committed partners who set a high example of what a gay relationship can and should be. I’ll be marching on Saturday to show my support of two of my best friends.

    Mike Lacy
    Indianapolis, Indiana

  5. Freddie Borders  •  Aug 8, 2007 @2:28 pm

    This story was in the Indianapolis Star Aug. 6th, 2007
    August 6, 2007

    Custody case stirs gay-marriage debate
    Battle over visitation, care of disabled man flares between parents and longtime partner

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    By Melissa Patterson
    melissa.patterson@indystar.com

    Hi: This email is to let you know about a march in front of Adkins Cheesecake and deserts store this coming Saturday. I do not have a time for the march. This is all I know:

    It’s time for LGBT Hoosiers who care to do more than weep and moan amongst themselves about the Conrad/Atkins case to both give back some of the sadistic Mrs. Atkins’ generated pain to her AS WELL AS further publicize this case as the perfect example of why legal protection for same gender couples is both moral and necessary.

    She has a cheesecake + store at:

    11852 Allisonville Rd

    Fishers, Indiana

    Store Hours

    Mon, Fri, Sat 10 am to 5 pm

    Tues, Wed, Thur 10 am to 7 PM

    Closed Sunday

    The weatherman is predicting some great public demonstration weather this Saturday. If I still lived there I would luv to join you all in a picket of her store. Look forward to hearing about it on Bilerico and in the Star.

    Leland Frances | August 7, 2007 3:21 PM

    I live in Houston ,TX and can not be there for the march this Saturday, August 11, 2007. Please try to organize more of our community for a large gathering. Something has to be done !

    Thanks, Freddie Borders, freddie.borders@gmail.com 713-436-3687



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