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Love it and buying more by Carol - Bartlesville, OK
I have red and my husband has the blue. We love them for the fit and comfort. Best of all is that the cost of this great product goes to the important work of equal rights for all. I'm ordering more colors. I am blue in a red state. This is a wonderful bridge for conversations without being confrontational. Love, love, it!
(Posted on 4/20/13)
Life long supporter of LGBT by Holly Ohio
I was on a surrogacy blog and saw this shirt a surrogate bought after having twins for 2 fantastic men and knew I *HAD* to have this shirt! I bought it in Eco Red and not only is it comfy, I enjoy knowing the profits went to HRC and I got to explain the shirt and HRC to my dr and nurses today at my appointment!! (Posted on 2/14/13)
This is a great shirt! by Elizabeth - Dallas, TX
I bought this shirt in red for my son last year. He LOVES it! He wears it frequently and he always gets compliments on it. He likes that it is narrow instead of a boxy fit. (Posted on 1/26/13)
Why I love"Love Conquers Hate" by Erin - Boston, MA
I bought this shirt in purple and I absolutely love it. Not only is it really comfy, but it fits well too. Everytime I wear it around campus someone asks me where my shirt is from or what it's about and I get to tell them about HRC and the great work it does. This is definitely one of my favorite purchases. It's cute, it makes a statement, and it's comfortable. (Posted on 10/19/12)
great tee by Andrew - Houston, TX
Love the design, and the shirt feels super comfortable. Sizes seem to run pretty small though so beware (I typically wear small for AA tees but medium is a perfect fit in this case). (Posted on 5/22/12)
beautiful item by Brook - Chicago, IL
I bought this shirt in black because of the stark contrast of the words love and hate, and I absolutely love it. The conquers is a little muted against the black, but it still works well. It is really soft to the touch and fits really well, not to mention the message it sends. Will definitely be buying more from HRC in the future! (Posted on 2/9/12)
So few can perform so many... by Ayva Tedstone - Westford, MA
It was last summer that I was first exposed to the HRC. I had been entirely aware of its logo, having seen it before as bumper stickers, and for what it stood: equality, as, of course, it would imply. I had been wanting to know where to locate these stickers so I could obtain a few. However, I did not know its proper name or its origin. I travelled to Provincetown during my vacation in Cape Cod over the summer. It was there that I encountered the HRC outlet store— I immediately recognised it from its outstanding logo displayed on the outside of the shop— and, in my excitement, rushed as quickly as I could towards it, eager to see what it held.
As a child, I was raised in a very liberal and accepting community. I had friends with lesbian parents, as well as in elementary school, I had several openly gay and lesbian teachers. It was a factor which I was taught to respect, accept, and embrace. That is why I have found it incredibly difficult to comprehend why other communities do not feel the same: rather negatively about it in that manner.
I first came out as lesbian in October of 2010 when it came to my realisation that I was deeply in love with a girl whom I had met earlier that year. Though she and I are not in a relationship, we both love each other dearly and are extremely close friends. I have told only certain individuals of my sexual orientation and not am not yet entirely open. However, my family and close friends have been very accepting. I have never faced any deprecation, nor any emotional struggle or conflict pertaining to my sexual orientation. I adore who I am. That, too, should go for everybody.
I understand that, however, not all have fared as smoothly. That is why we are here, however: to prove to the world that love in itself is the purest emotion, no matter in what forme. No individual should be ashamed for who they are. Every individual holds unique beauties and deserves the love and acceptance, regardless of gender, race, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, religion, faith... the list could continue for as long as we can imagine. The HRC has given me the opportunity to see that in this vast world, despite what adversities lie before us, there remains that kindling of hope within the distance. Even with small steps, we are making steady progress. It takes those with initiative, utmost perseverance and effort to create the everlasting impact that shall continue to endure with each new generation. Every person in this organisation is magnificently powerful, and it truly is an honour to be a part of it.
Amid my searching in the store, I came across this shirt and immediately fell in love with it. I walked out of that store with a sense of rejuvenation: that I had become enlightened. I now wear my shirt with honour at school as well as in public. I have received very positive comments on it and hope that even in its brevity— three simple words— it will revolutionise the lives of millions.
There is so much beauty within the world that is shamelessly buried by the enmity, dissent, and altercations that lie amongst us. The world has perpetually gone in circles through its subterranean tunnels amid the darkness. The layers of earth have accumulated throughout the years, and we have not yet found the light of day. Although the work is arduous, we shall continue to excavate until it shall be entirely uncovered. We can be the first to show the world that love is love! (Posted on 12/28/11)
Favorite Tee! by Krista - Dallas, TX
This has become my favorite t-shirt! I love the message. It looks great and is really comfy! It also reminds me of the MLK jr quote-
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." (Posted on 7/5/11)
LOVE vs HATE by Paron Beeco Caryville, FL.
We should love each other always...We should NEVER hate our fellow man or woman
We are all God's Children...If we are stright or gay, We should always LOVE one another.I fight everyday for = rights for the Gay people in our nation...
Remember we are somebody's children...Love us please do not hate us....... (Posted on 6/17/11)
Love the Looks by Stephanie -Jacksonville, FL
Got the blue one and I get a ton of looks from people. Great conversation starter and I love it! (Posted on 5/30/11)
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