Friday, November 14, 2008

Let's Protest "Unequal Treatment" at Tmw's ASL Expo in Upper Malboro

 Gay-friendly Deaf Americans and Deaf Gay, Lebasian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) individuals ought to unify together to take up the part in tommorow's nationwide protest against the "unequal treatment" and "discriminatory practices" to deny the GLBT individuals from tying up the knots to show their real commitment and love toward each others. 

The impromptu protest will take the place at the ASL Expo in Upper Malboro, MD to send out the strong message to the Deaf American community on Saturday, November 15th at 1:30 pm on the main stage. 

Don't be spineless and show your true color to prove the Deaf GLBT presence in our Deaf American community what the Deaf GLBT people have done for many deaf people in general. 

Please wear the bold GAY t-shirt colors like Pink, Purple, Neon Yellow, Neon Green and Neon Red (Rainbow colors) tommorow at the ASL Expo, Upper Malboro -  If you have any old wedding dress to loan. Let's do it! 

We probably do the mock marriage to show the real beauty of humanity loving each other and be treated equally as part of the society at large. 

We, Deaf GLBT and Gay-Friendly individuals ought to remind the Deaf America about Alexander Graham Bell's past attempts to ban the intermarriages between deaf people in the 1800s. 

Bring the videocams for the YouTube, DeafRead and other deaf media outlet postings! 

Any questions, please email me at 

ASLize yours,
Robert L. Mason (RLM)

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