OK, I know that most of my readers don’t live in Gladstone. But you all have contact networks and among those networks there must surely be some people in Gladstone, or people with friends in Gladstone who would love to know there’s a Marriage Equality Rally planned for next Saturday, 17 November. So please, blog, Facebook, Twitter and spread the word!
The rally is being organised by the incredibly talented and rather gorgeous Dylan Carmichael. He’s put such an enormous amount of effort and passion into organising this event, that it really deserves a huge social media push over the next week. I really hope you’ll all get involved.
Gladstone may be a small town, but I can’t believe there’s not enough gays, lesbians, bisexuals, queers, transgender and intersex people to show Gladstone what it is to be out and proud; not to mention a whole slew of we boring but supportive straights!
Let’s get that rainbow network working overtime so that, on Saturday, Dylan’s not left looking like he’s the only gay in the village!
Here’s the amazing promotional poster courtesy of Faye Ktajjar of Squid Ink Designs.
And while we’re on the subject of Marriage Equality rallies. If you want just the right thing to wear to your next one, Dylan has the solution for you! For the latest thing in Gay Rally political couture here’s Dylan’s t-shirt design which exposes, for the first time, that sinister ‘gay agenda’! It’s available on Red Bubble as a t-shirt, hoodie or sticker:
Please spread the word about the Gladstone Marriage Equality Rally to be held next Saturday, 17 November. The rally will begin in Apex Park, Gladstone at 1pm. There will be a short march around the CBD followed by a reception at Scottie’s Restaurant. The Facebook page is here if you want to link to it.
Remember, you may not know anyone in Gladstone, but the ‘pebble in a pond’ effect is powerful.