HRC "Left Out" Party! This Saturday, July 26th, 5pm until ?
Westin St. Francis, Union Square
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Also, check out this Pride at Work op-ed in today's SF Guardian: http://www.sfbg.com/entry.php?...
YOU'RE INVITED!! Queens, Studs, Femmes, Trannies, Twinks, Soft Butches, And all fighters for social justice and fabulousness! COME TO THE 'Left OUT Party: A Genderful Gayla!'
At Union Square, directly across from the Westin St. Francis (where HRC's gala is happening simultaneously), San Francisco's LGBT communities will celebrate inclusiveness and the multitude of gender expression and variation in our LGBT communities!
At the Left OUT Party, we will honor the legal team that won the CA Supreme Court marriage decision, hear from politicians and community leaders, and feature a spectrum of genderfabulous performers and Mistress of Ceremonies, Annie Danger.
TO CONTRIBUTE TO Marriage Equality:
TO CONTRIBUTE TO Transgender equality and empowerment in CA:
Please sign the petition in support of the HRC gala dinner boycott, joining organizations like the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club, And Castro for All, The Trans March, The Lou Sullivan Society, FTM International, FTM San Buenaventura Chapter, and the SF Labor Council.
Already, our City's leaders have committed to attending LEFT OUT or staying home. SF's LGBT Supervisors Bevan Dufty and Tom Ammiano have introduced a resolution at the SF Board of Supervisors urging that their fellow elected officials not to attend the HRC dinner. State Senator Carole Migden, Assembly Member Mark Leno, City Attorney Dennis Herrera, and Public Defender Jeff Adachi aren't going. Board President Aaron Peskin, Supervisor Chris Daly, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, and Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval also have committed to support the HRC dinner boycott. The President of the School Board Mark Sanchez and School Board Members Jane Kim and Eric Mar have also signed on.
Please sign the petition, and tell your friends to join you in showing support for true inclusion in our community. Go to www.leftinsf.com to sign the petition.