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A Group for Lesbians on MiGente


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elputo44


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Exottiic


Exottiic


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SenoritaGloria24


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studed-out


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studed-out


studed-out


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lifechanges9

lifechanges9

Lesbian mom bloggers Paula Brooks and Julie Phineas have initiated an 'LGBT Community Call to Action' in efforts to strike down Proposition 8 by encouraging all members of the LGBT community in California and those who support them to "get out and about" in their community every weekend until Election Day. The bloggers are hoping to "Personalize Prop 8 Across the State" with these efforts, encouraging the community to participate in everyday activities out in the community, rather than staying at home or indoors over the weekend. They say the idea is to "put a familiar face on the LGBT community and give those in the heterosexual community a chance to interact in daily life with those that the measure would directly affect". The number one recommended way they are suggesting the community get visible? Visit their local McDonalds. The initiative is hoping to use the popularity and support of McDonald⿿s as a common ground for those who are for the measure and those who are against it. The call to action was reportedly sent via email to gay and lesbian bloggers across the internet, gay and lesbian centers in the State of California, as well as known celebrity gays and lesbians. The message was also posted on gay and lesbian social networking websites and major social news portals as well. McDonald⿿s was notified of the call to action, though they are not an official sponsor of the event. The original call to action was posted by Julie Phineas on http://lesbianmommy.blogspot.com. The website for the official campaign against Proposition 8 is www.NoOnProp8.com.



lifechanges9

lifechanges9

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