While my TO BE ABLE TO LOVE dance mix represents my Valentine Day 2010 statement in support of Marriage Equality ... in the following ... Michael Crawford of Freedom to Marry suggests sending a Valentine's Day E(quality)Card:
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Today's Valentine's Day - the holiday of love.
But in the United States, land of the free, not everyone is free to make a life-long commitment to the person he or she loves.
Today, take a stand for love by sending your friends, family, and neighbors a Valentine's Day reminder telling them you care - about them and about marriage.
Send a Valentine's Day E(quality)Card now!
Valentine's Day is a perfect time to stop for a moment to think about how far we've come in ending marriage discrimination - and also about how much more we have to do to ensure that loving couples can share in the responsibilities, protections, and commitment of marriage.
I recently joined the Freedom to Marry team. In Washington D.C., I was blessed to work with an amazing group of gay and straight people to pass a marriage bill and soon, same-sex couples will be able to marry in the District.
With your help, we can win marriage nationwide.Celebrate Valentine's Day by sending E(quality)Cards to spread the love and spark a conversation about the freedom to marry.
Have a happy, happy Valentine's Day!
New Media Director, Freedom to Marry
email at editor@FreedomToMarry.org
P.S. For those of you who still haven't signed the Freedom to Marry Pledge, you still have a chance