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Sara McKinley Horowitz

"Dealing with becoming a widow at 33, and I'm gonna try to push this sick little body to help people as much as it will let me and even more if I can!"

Claremont, CA, USA
female, age 40
Speaks: a little french, learning Ladino, (can already read and write Hebrew, learning Hebrew, learning Greek
Joined Jun 4, 2009

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Joined Jun 4, 2009 Activist Aspirations Enthusiastic 
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Groups Amnesty International, Cat Lovers, Defenders of Wildlife, Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund - Electing Pro-Wildlife Leaders, Dog Lovers, Earth Day, Elephant Lovers, Greenpeace,, Jane Goodall Institute: Race for the Primates, NWF - National Wildlife Federation, Rainforest Action, Susan G. Komen Foundation, WWF - World Wildlife Fund
Hometown Claremont 
Birthday May 05, 1978  
About Me A very short tattooed widowed pierced goth hippie w/ a litttle punk shephardic jew/native american,spanish, portoguese w/ a little samoan/pacific islander, carib indian, asian, mongolian, and black (is there anything I'm not?) who is very sweet who has trouble standing up for herself so she does it for other people.
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Activist Aspirations Enthusiastic
Political Leaning Very Liberal
Wild Fact About Me I have 18 tattoos plus my left arm is sleeved, besides tattoos on various other parts. My tattoo artist, Alex Konkin, is the best! I became a widow on July 23, 2011. I woke up and found my husband, of almost ten years, dead. He was only 39. I was 33
My Philosophy To love and help as many people as possible. Not out of fear for my soul, but because it is my duty as a human being.
What Gives Me Hope Being with my husband for eternity, never to be parted again.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
What/who changed my life and why Losing my eternal soulmates, my one and only true love, my best friend, and then being denied my rights at the funeral by his sister who had disowned him years ago and had been disowned by him. Not getting to walk behind the coffin, be the last to say goodbye before they closed the coffin, and not mentioning me or our relationship during the service at all. It was her final "f you" to him because he couldn't fight back. I HAD rights and was denied them. I have always been for same-sex marriage, after going through what I went through I actually understand what happens if you don't have that piece of paper (even though I did) Now I want to fight harder so NO ONE has to go through what I did. It has truly added to my grief.
Quotation I have them tattooed on my forearm:
"Be the change you wish to she in the world" Ghandi
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter" MLK Jr.
"I know not what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones." Einstein
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