“Porn is not a bubble, it’s a mirror.”
From the beginning. we have addressed the sheer human, judicial, and medical folly behind Prop 60. Below are just our most recent 15 posts on the subject.
This is not just a porn problem. There’s a lot about Proposition 60 that should be problematic to California residents as well. Workers, doctors, public health experts, civil rights organizations, and dozens of local Democratic and Republican organizations throughout the state oppose the initiative. And yet, it’s moving forward. How?
The initiative is funded entirely by a global non-profit organization that touts a stated mission “to rid the world of AIDS.” So far, this one organization has spent approximately $4 million on a ballot measure that targets sex workers – money that could have gone towards programs that actually combat HIV and AIDS.
One organization, under the leadership of one man, is capable of exacting moralized values over an entire community that’s vocally and reasonably opposed – and this is precisely why we should all care about Proposition 60. Because at its essence, this initiative is about the sustained power and inequality shaping society, still, in 2016.
Empower yourself with the facts. Then empower our community with your vote.
We have less than three days and 15 hours to silence Weinstein, support Scott Wiener, defeat Prop 60, support our LGBTQ community, and ensure the future of America:
First, if you live in California, you already know what to do. If you have friends and relatives in the state, you know what you should be doing: talk to them to make sure they understand the truth, not the hyperbole.
If you live in San Francisco’s 11th Senate District, vote for Scott Wiener. If you live elsewhere, spread the word and visit ScottWiener.com to learn, donate, and volunteer.
Second, continue to empower yourself
Follow #NoProp60 on Twitter
Learn more at StopProp60.com
Legislative Analysis of the Adult Film State Ballot Initiative in California
Initiative Breakdown by BallotPedia
Donate to and visit the Free Speech Coalition Website
Then cast your ballot: