Tomorrow Is Almost Here

No On Prop 8

{No on Prop 8 self-portrait of my BFF Nicki H}

Tomorrow is the day for  Californians to vote No on Prop 8, which if passed, would eliminate the right for same-sex couples to marry. It is completely ridiculous that many moons ago we were fighting for equal rights and we are still fighting for it in this day and age. This should not be our current reality! It also pains and disgusts me to see parents programming discrimination and intolerance in their children’s minds by making them parade street corners with Yes on 8 signs. This only promotes ignorance and hate for future generations. This also promotes me to accidentally flip off children while I’m driving. NO ON PROP 8!

Remember, without the gays we would not have fashion, people! Our Google Readers would be a sad and desolate town, with dirty sweatpants-wearing tumbleweeds rolling by. And yes, gay weddings are likely to be more fabulous than most straights’, but nobody has to get jealouz! That doesn’t mean we can’t all party together in the name of equality! VOTE NO ON MUTHA FUCKIN’ PROP 8.

This is a cute ad from the amazing Margaret Cho and Selene Luna, both ladies whom I love!


Also please check out my bff Shaun’s hilarious and powerful take on the subject!

And of course, vote for this cutie for president!


1 Vicki { 11.03.08 at 9:20 am }

Although I have no voting power, being in the UK, I’d be up all night watching the coverage if I could. If Prop 8 goes through it’ll be a travesty.

2 pepper! { 11.03.08 at 1:20 pm }

i just got back from voting early in norwalk, because i will be volunteering all day with the no on 8 campaign.


3 Shaun { 11.03.08 at 2:10 pm }

YAY!!! Let’s do this people! It’s time to take a step forward as a society!

No on 8 lovelies!!!

4 Marisol { 11.08.08 at 10:26 pm }

On Tuesday night I went to bed smiling because I truly believe that Obama can change this country and make it a country to be envied not laughed at. But when I read the SF Chronicle on Wednesday morning, I felt sad & angry that Prop 8 had passed. Here we took one huge step forward on Tuesday night only to be pushed back here in California (and Florida). But one step at a time right?

I don’t know if this petition will go anywhere but it’s better to try something than not do anything at all. Here is the link and I hope everyone who reads your blog (who is in CA) will sign it and pass it along.

5 marie { 11.09.08 at 3:06 pm }

@Marisol – Yay Marisol! Thanks for reminding me about the petition. I myspaced/twittered it earlier but forgot to put it on here. I posted it in the newest blog. xoxoxo

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