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It?s still alarming how many people are so passionately in support of Proposition 8.� Between religious encouragement to demrachelprotesting8.jpgonstrate in support of hate and the propaganda which has been spread by the proponent?s campaign, the Yes on 8 vote is only trailing 5 points behind as reported by recent polls.� This is a razor thin difference with the ability to go either way.Facts?�� �Rejecting prop 8 will NOT change school curriculum.
o�� �Nothing in the proposition mentions education.� California law dictates that no child can be forced against their will or that of their parents to be taught anything about health and family issues in school.� Parents have always had the option to pull their child from these classes, and the passing of Prop 8 will not affect this.
?�� �Rejecting prop 8 will NOT effect church?s tax exempt status.
o�� �Prop 8 has nothing to do with churches.� The California court?s decision regarding marriage states, ?no religion will be required to change its religious policies or practices with regard to same-sex couples, and no religious officiant will be required to solemnize a marriage in contravention of his or her religious beliefs.?
?�� �Rejecting prop 8 will NOT allow people to be sued over their personal beliefs.
o�� �California laws clearly prohibit discrimination based on race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
?�� �Rejecting prop 8 means that California voters reject discrimination.
o��� Proposition 8 is unequivocally discrimination.� It eliminates the rights for same-sex couples to marry, denying them equal protection.� The passing of this proposition would inscribe such discrimination into our state constitution, taking a step back in history.
?�� �Rejecting prop 8 means that California voters support equality for all.Please, take some time out of the coming days and let your voice be heard on this issue.� Phone banking and demmichelleprotesting8two.jpgonstration are both a great way to get the message out there.� Initially I was concerned with the efficacy of holding a sign on a street corner, but I soon learned that people are unaware, confused or conflicted about this proposition.� We have been approached numerous times with questions about the proposition, and I?m happy to report that many of these people were ready to vote no by the end of their discussions.� One woman who was on the fence even requested a sign to display in her yard.If you don?t live in California or simply don?t have time, you can also donate to the cause in these critical hours leading up to the election.You may visit this website to make a secure contribution: https://secure.ga4.org/01/discriminationPlease join Babeland in supporting a NO vote on Proposition 8 in California.Pictured: Rachel Venning, co-founder, Michelle, advertising/Wholesale manager