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Logo Seeing Red In Honor Of Marriage-Equality SCOTUS Cases

united for marriageThis week gays and lesbians across America will be holding their collective breath as the Supreme Court hears arguments in to major marriage-equality cases. United for Marriage has helped sponsor 150 rallies, vigils and other events in all 50 states, and Logo TV is getting behind the group in a big way with on-air and online campaigns.

Throughout Tuesday and Wednesday, the network will broadcast the names of  LGBT couples—along with their home states and years of commitment, “in an effort to personalize and publicize the scope of the fight for marriage equality,” according to a statement (Couples interested in participating can register now on the Logo TV Facebook Page.)

The Logo Instagram and twitter feeds will be featuring comments using the official #UnitedForMarriage tag, including quotes from RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants and other personalities.

“As much as advocacy and personal experiences have made change, the media’s portrayals of real couples have also helped to bring marriage equality to the front lines,” said network president Lisa Sherman. Logo staffers will also be wearing red to work this week in support of the cause.

Y’know, if we didn’t blog in the nude we’d totally be wearing red, too.

By:           Dan Avery
On:           Mar 25, 2013
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  • 1 Comment
    • Dresden
      Dresden

      To and two have two completely different meanings… proving, once again, that spell check is just not enough.

      Mar 25, 2013 at 1:25 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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