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June 28, 2003 
John Lawrence (L), Attorney Mitchell Katine (C), and Tyron Garner (R)
celebrate the recent landmark... 
UNITED STATES 
SUPREME COURT CASE PLAINTIFF CELEBRATES RULING DURING GAY PRIDE PARADE
IN HOUSTON. 
John Lawrence (L), Attorney Mitchell Katine (C), and Tyron Garner (R)
celebrate the recent landmark Supreme Court ruling on sodomy, during a
Gay Pride Parade in Houston, Texas, June 28, 2003. The court on
Thursday struck down a Texas sodomy law, a decision applauded by gay
rights advocates as a historic ruling that overturned sodomy laws in 13
states. Lawrence and Garners' 1998 misdemeanor sex charge was struck
down by the Supreme Court as an unconstitutional violation of privacy.
REUTERS/Carlos A. Martinez

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June 26, 2003 
Sue Hyde, a field organizer for the National Gay and Lesbian Task
Force, holds up a map showing the... 
UNITED STATES 
GAY AND LESBIAN ACTIVIST HOLDS UP MAP SHOWING EFFECT OF SUPREME COURT
RULING. 
Sue Hyde, a field organizer for the National Gay and Lesbian Task
Force, holds up a map showing the 15 states where sodomy and sex laws
are expected to be affected by the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to
overturn the Texas sodomy law, June 26, 2003 during a rally held in
Boston after the decision. Gays and lesbians gathered throughout the
country to celebrate the landmark ruling on gay and lesbian rights by
the nation's highest court. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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June 26, 2003 
Lesbian partners Betsey Leondar-Wright (L) and Gail Leondar-Wright (R) of
Arlington, Massachusetts,... 
Boston, United States of America 
LESBIANS HUG AT RALLY OF BOSTON GAYS AND LESBIANS CELEBRATING SUPREME
COURT RULING. 
Lesbian partners Betsey Leondar-Wright (L) and Gail Leondar-Wright (R) of
Arlington, Massachusetts, hug as they celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court's
decision to overturn the Texas sodomy law that prohibited consensual sex
between same-sex partners, June 26, 2003 during a rally held in Boston after
the decision. Gays and lesbians gathered throughout the country to celebrate
the landmark ruling on gay and lesbian rights by the nation's highest court.
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June 26, 2003 
Lesbian partners Betsey Leondar-Wright (L) and Gail Leondar-Wright (R)
of Arlington, Massachusetts,... 
Burlington, United States of America 
LESBIANS HUG AT RALLY OF BOSTON GAYS AND LESBIANS CELEBRATING SUPREME
COURT RULING. 
Lesbian partners Betsey Leondar-Wright (L) and Gail Leondar-Wright (R)
of Arlington, Massachusetts, hug as they celebrate the U.S. Supreme
Court's decision to overturn the Texas sodomy law that prohibited
consensual sex between same-sex partners, June 26, 2003 during a rally
held in Boston after the decision. Gays and lesbians gathered
throughout the country to celebrate the landmark ruling on gay and
lesbian rights by the nation's highest court. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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June 26, 2003 
Roger Bourgeois of Boston applauds while holding a sign reading "No
More Sex Police in Bedrooms" as... 
UNITED STATES 
BOSTON GAYS AND LESBIANS CELEBRATE SUPREME COURT RULING OVERTURNING
SODOMY LAW. 
Roger Bourgeois of Boston applauds while holding a sign reading "No
More Sex Police in Bedrooms" as he joins lesbian partners Gail
Leondar-Wright (L-rear) and Betsey Leondar-Wright (R-rear) of
Arlington, Massachusetts and others in celebrating the U.S. Supreme
Court's decision to overturn the Texas sodomy law that prohibited
consensual sex between same-sex partners, June 26, 2003 during a rally
held in Boston. Gays and lesbians gathered throughout the country to
celebrate the landmark ruling on gay and lesbian rights by the nation's
highest court. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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COURT SODOMY
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June 26, 2003 
Tyron Garner (L) and John Lawrence (R) greet supporters at Houston City
Hall where gays gathered to... 
Houston, United States of America 
GAYS CELEBRATE LANDMARK CASE. 
Tyron Garner (L) and John Lawrence (R) greet supporters at Houston City
Hall where gays gathered to celebrate the landmark U.S. Supreme Court
decision in the Lawrence vs. Texas case, June 26, 2003. The court on
Thursday struck down a Texas sodomy law, a decision applauded by gay
rights advocates as a historic ruling that overturned sodomy laws in 13
states. REUTERS/Richard Carson

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COURT SODOMY
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June 26, 2003 
Tyron Garner (2R) and John Lawrence (R) accept the thanks of the
community outside Houston City Hall... 
Houston, United States of America 
GAYS CELEBRATE LANDMARK CASE. 
Tyron Garner (2R) and John Lawrence (R) accept the thanks of the
community outside Houston City Hall where gays and supporters gathered
to celebrate the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Lawrence
vs. Texas case, June 26, 2003. The court on Thursday struck down a
Texas sodomy law, a decision applauded by gay rights advocates as a
historic ruling that overturned sodomy laws in 13 states.
REUTERS/Richard Carson

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COURT SODOMY
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June 26, 2003 
Houston gays stand with signs and flags as they celebrate the landmark
U.S. Supreme Court decision in... 
Houston, United States of America 
GAYS CELEBRATE LANDMARK CASE IN TEXAS. 
Houston gays stand with signs and flags as they celebrate the landmark
U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Lawrence vs. Texas case outside City
Hall June 26, 2003. The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Texas
sodomy law, a decision applauded by gay rights advocates as a historic
ruling that overturned sodomy laws in 13 states. REUTERS/Richard
Carson

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June 26, 2003 
Don Buzee, of Baytown, Texas, holds a protest sign on the edge of the
Houston City Hall Plaza as police... 
Houston, United States of America 
PROTESTOR HOLDS UP SIGN AFTER LANDMARK US SUPREME COURT DECISION ON
SODOMY. 
Don Buzee, of Baytown, Texas, holds a protest sign on the edge of the
Houston City Hall Plaza as police look on while gays gathered to
celebrate the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Lawrence vs.
Texas, June 26, 2003. The court on Thursday struck down a Texas sodomy
law, a decision applauded by gay rights advocates as a historic ruling
that overturns sodomy laws in 13 states. REUTERS/Richard Carson

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June 26, 2003 
Curtis Sparrer of Houston holds up his rainbow flag to have a picture
taken with protestor Don Buzee... 
Houston, United States of America 
HOUSTON RESIDENTS CELEBRATE LANDMARK SODOMY CASE. 
Curtis Sparrer of Houston holds up his rainbow flag to have a picture
taken with protestor Don Buzee of Baytown, Texas, on Houston's City
Hall Plaza during a celebration of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court
decision in Lawrence vs. Texas, June 26, 2003. The court on Thursday
struck down sodomy laws as an unconstitutional violation of privacy.
REUTERS/Richard Carson

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COURT SODOMY
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June 26, 2003 
John Lawrence (L) and Tyron Garner (R) smile during a press conference
in Houston after taking their... 
Houston, United States of America 
GARNER AND LAWRENCE WIN SUPREME COURT SODOMY CASE. 
John Lawrence (L) and Tyron Garner (R) smile during a press conference
in Houston after taking their 1998 misdemeanor sex charge to the
Supreme Court which ruled the Texas Sodomy law an unconstitutional
violation of privacy June 26, 2003. The 6-3 decision reversed the
Court's previous ruling that states could punish homosexuals for
practicing what laws historically have called deviant sex.
REUTERS/Richard Carson REUTERS

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June 26, 2003 
Tyron Garner (L) and John Lawrence (R) appear at a press conference in
Houston after taking their 1998... 
Houston, United States of America 
GARNER AND LAWRENCE WIN SUPREME COURT SODOMY CASE. 
Tyron Garner (L) and John Lawrence (R) appear at a press conference in
Houston after taking their 1998 misdemeanor sex charge to the Supreme
Court which ruled the Texas Sodomy law an unconstitutional violation of
privacy June 26, 2003. The 6-3 decision reversed the Court's previous
ruling that states could punish homosexuals for practicing what laws
historically have called deviant sex. REUTERS/Richard Carson

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