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France: marriage equality in danger?

Julia and Auriane, two young women who share a kiss to protest an anti-equality rally on Tuesday, October 23. Gérard Julien/AFP

GOAL: 350,000
328,642 people support this campaign. Help us get to 350,000
UPDATE: April 22, 2013 - Anti-gay opponents did everything they could to stop us, but love and equality triumphed – and more than 350,000 All Out members in France played a crucial role in this victory. Vive l'amour!

April 12, 2013 - In France, opponents of marriage equality are fighting back harder than ever. In recent weeks and months, they have organized rallies in more than 75 cities around the country. Their anti-equality message is everywhere in the French media.

Right now, these anti-equality voices are winning the media battle. We urgently need to make sure that pro-equality voices are heard, and remind political decision-makers that 65% of french people are in favor of equality.

Join the campaign now. If we can get 100,000 people to join, the media will notice our movement and our message will spread through France to counter these homophobic attacks.
More than 60% of citizens support equality in France, but anti-gay voices are winning. Join our campaign to push back before it's too late:

To : the French Government and the French Parliament

I am part of the 60% of French who are in favor of equal rights for all couples, straight or gay.

In the few weeks before the presentation of the bill, I call on you to not cave to the pressure of "conservative" groups.

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