Family Values: A Call to Advocate Gay Marriage on Christmas Cards

If you are late on your Christmas cards this year, there’s still time (and now good reason) to send them out to bring some holiday cheer (and raise equality awareness). From TimeHealthland:

This week is peak season for Christmas cards, and if you get one that features  friends or relatives holding a sign that says “Equality for ALL Families in  2012” or “Love Makes a Family,” you can thank Zach Wahls.


‘The folks at MoveOn and I had an idea: get as many people as possible to take their  family holiday photos holding signs that say ‘Love Makes a Family,’ and ‘Equality for ALL Families in 2012′. This time of year is all about family, so  let’s use our holiday photos to send a message of love for ALL families. …’


So far, hundreds of people have uploaded photos — gay families, straight families, old  and young, wedding portraits, even one woman holding a photo of her presumably  deployed soldier-husband and a sign that reads: “Love makes a family (even from  far, far away).”

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1 Response to Family Values: A Call to Advocate Gay Marriage on Christmas Cards

  1. Here’s our interview with Zach about how his life has changed after this speech thrust him into the public eye, what it was like growing up with two mothers, what led him to decide to go and speak before the House of Representatives, and what other young people can do to fight for equality and speak out against intolerance.

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