There we were, the four of us, marching in unity for a beautiful cause. A cause that in the 1970’s was looked at like the Sober Voyager’s mission is today, a movement based around addiction, a societal epidemic that is still being viewed by the mass in a negative light. Addicts, the scums of the earth, worthless to society. Harvey Milk arrived in San Francisco in the early 1970’s, not publicly open at the time, Milk’s legacy turned into an activist for equality. Nearly forty years later I marched in a celebration of unity and equality with nearly a million advocates next to me.