They’re pretty pictures, but as far as servicing gay activism, this new photo campaign called We Can Do It is every bit as flaccid as the No On H8 campaign. Name a single thing that the No On H8 campaign has done other than inflate Adam Bouska’s contact list, bolster countless Facebook profiles with high-contrast glamour shots and alert everyone to the fact that — surprise! — Kathy Griffin supports gay marriage.
And now we have to deal with the copycats behind We Can Do It, who plan to achieve gay equality by emulating a working woman and highlighting the arm muscles of gay people who were on TV in the ’90s.
The goal is to bring to life modern iconic individuals, by depicting them as powerful and not victims in support of the global LGBT movement worldwide.
Iconic individuals? Is that what we’re calling former Amazing Race contestants now? Oh and I forgot to mention that the posters below are for sale.
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