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My Mom Found it by Chloe- Youngstown Ohio
Through my early teens i knew i was gay but i had always been scared to say anything.. i had one of these shirts last year.. (im a senior and highschool now) and my mom found it in my closet and asked me if i was gay or an ally.. i simply replied "mom im gay" she cried for a minute and then screamed at me and said "what the hell chloe why didnt you tell me!! i wouldve accepted it!! we all knew!!!" so this shirt.. actually changed my life... i love it! (Posted on 1/16/13)
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Looks cool, I like what you have done to commercialize the ceopnct. I've developed some Phosphorescent paint that is responsive to different frequencies of light and emits different colors. I think I saw one of your shirts at Burning man too. We put together a Glow in the Dark camp if your interested. (Posted on 1/7/13)
Marriage in my home state. by Ryan - Marietta, GA
I wear this proudly in hopes that I will one day be able to get married in my home state of Georgia. (Posted on 12/5/12)
Everyone deserves equality by Mary - Cleveland, OH
My aunt and her partner have together for over 10 years. They want to get married, but they can't becuase of these laws our country has in place which recognize some couples' love in the eyes of the law, while leaving others behind. I was raised to think that my aunt having a partner of the same sex was normal. Why did their genders matter it they loved eachother? We didn't talk about my aunt being "different". My mother raised me to know that it does not matter that my aunt is gay, what matters is the kind person my aunt is. It's not fair that their relationship, which is stronger than most of my friends' relationships, is not reconnized by the law.
I love this shirt because it sends a message very near to my heart. Legalize all relationships. Let people love who they want to love and let the law recognize those loves. If two committed people choose to spend their lives together, let them. Legalize gay. (Posted on 10/22/12)
Best shirt ever! by Jenni --Augusta, GA
I got this shirt as a gift from my best friend. We are both very passionate about equal rights for all human beings. It is awesome to be able to literally wear my opinion across my chest. It's so fun to watch people read 'Legalize Gay' and react. Sometimes you get a smile or a nod and other times you get the stink-eye/look of disgust or an eye roll. The shirt is super soft and extremely comfortable and I would highly recommend it to anyone! (Posted on 10/19/12)
Love this Shirt! by Stephanie-Fort Benning, GA
My mother raised me to love everyone regardless of size, shape, color, religion, or sexual orientation. I grew up in California where I have found people to be the most accepting of differences around them. My husband and I were recently moved to Georgia because of his military career. Unfortunately I learned that not everyone was raised the same way I was. In April, I was in my psych class when the topic of adoption came up. The question asked was, "Should Gays and Lesbians be allowed to adopt?" Being very vocal I immediately stood up and said ABSOLUTELY!! I quickly found that I was the minority and was saddened to see that so many were arguing against two people loving and caring for a child. As I am sure you know, there were many arguments against. I was so upset that I left class and could not even continue to hear such hate being spread. I thought that being in a college level class I would encounter more openness. But my mom reminded me that not everyone was raised the way I was. I bought this shirt to show everyone that I believe that being gay or lesbian is not a choice, but who you are. I wear my shirt proudly. Hopefully our laws will change and we will no longer discriminate for any reason! (Posted on 10/7/12)
Let my daughter get married! by Kimberly-Va. Beach, Va.
My beautiful daughter and her girlfriend (my daughter in law) just want the right to be parters in every sense of the word. They want to be married with all of the legal benefits and recognition that are given to any heterosexual couple. Living in the state of Va. I know we will be one of the last states to give this right of equality to all couples. They just want to love each other and I am so saddened and enraged that they are denied that right. I can't wait to make some conservative heads turn when I wear it proudly around town.
(Posted on 5/15/12)
never a Mormon, but I love my shirt by Meghan - St. George, Utah
This shirt is soft, well-made and very comfortable. It is my new favorite tee. Also, when I wear this shirt is the only time I don't catch people ogling my chest, which I think is funny.
(Posted on 5/10/12)
Once a Mormon now a lesbian by Concord, California
I grew up in an acceptive family for the equality of the LGBT community. I am thankful and proud to have a family that accepts me as a Lesbian. I decided to be baptized in the Mormon church a while back. I thought it was the right decision until i fell in love with a woman. I came out last April of 2011. I lost some of my Mormon friends but I finally feel free. I couldn't ask for a better support system. For others that aren't so fortunate, HRC is the most wonderful organization I know. I will proudly stand for all the others out there with my HRC gear! (Posted on 3/28/12)
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