The NOH8 Campaign may have formed back in 2009 as a rebuttal to the long-dead California same-sex marriage ban Prop...
Dance and pop music vocalist Taylor Dayne first appeared on the American music scene with the release of her hit single “Tell It To My Heart,” which made it to the number seven spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in late 1987.
But that wasn’t where her story began.
And many waited and waited and waited. Some up to three to four hours or more. But you couldn't tell by the jovial atmosphere where people stood in line and made new friends.
“We’ve been here for about two hours … but I knew it was going to take awhile and it was going to be packed. I don’t mind [the wait],” said Casey Drummond, formerly of San Diego.
Drummond was standing in line with his friend, David Montaque, who moved to Atlanta from Jamaica six years ago. The two posed together.
“I think this is a great cause and I wanted to be part of it. And the tattoo looks really good,” Montaque said, smiling.