"Despite its name, the Women’s March on Washington is open to anyone 'who believes that women’s rights are human rights,' and alongside the many thousands of women expected to march on January 21 will be a few good men. We know why most women are heading to D.C., but we were curious about the opposite sex. So we asked them."
Mr. Dandridge stated:
“This election seems like a doomsday movie blockbuster come to life. I feel like I simply have no choice but to be at the march. I want to witness the power in numbers and the passion of the protestors. I’m going with Gays Against Guns — an organization that was born after the Orlando shooting took place. Its aim is to end violence on all members of the LGBTQ community through gun control.”
Many thanks to Mr. Dandridge for taking the time, making the commitment, speaking out and, particularly, for being part of Gays Against Gun's contingent of marchers.