America, Gay, Marriage

New Graphic to Share: “You’re Looking at a New America.”

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Gay DOMA - Prop 8  SCOTUS

The times, they are a-changin’!

To get a hi-res version of this for printing out, just click the image above.

To see more posters on current politics and culture, please visit our Facebook page.

Gay, Marriage, Supreme Court

Free Marriage Equality Poster: “There Is No “If.” There Is Only “When.”



Over 80% of Americans under 30 favor marriage equality. Once again, Thomas Kuhn’s thesis in “The Structure of Scientific Revolutions” holds true. You wait for the old thinkers to die off,  and poof, there’s your revolution. It can’t be hurried, but it can’t be stopped either.

To get a hi-res version of this for printing out, just click the image above.

To see more posters on current politics and culture,please visit our Facebook page.

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Free Poster: “Marriage Is Between a Honeybunny and a Sweet Patootie”

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Sweet Patootie

There are so many ways to look at a relationship other than through the lens of gender. Come on, SCOTUS, you can do it!

To get a hi-res version of this for printing out, just click the image above.

To see more posters on current politics and culture, please visit our Facebook page.

Gay, Marriage

Sarah Silverman Tweeted Our Sticker! Thank you, Sarah!

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Sarah Silverman was the celebrity marshall at the San Francisco Gay Pride Parade yesterday. Since we were there handing out free stickers, we gave her one when her car went by. And she tweeted a pic of herself holding it to her 3 million followers.  Thanks so much, Sarah! Glad you like it!

This is especially sweet for us since most of us here at PL are longtime Sarah fans. Woot!

Here’s the link to her tweet.

If you’d like to get the “Two Wives Kissing” art on a sticker or T-shirt, please visit our cafepress page.

You can also download hi-res poster art for free at this link.

Gay, Marriage

Pix From the San Francisco 2012 Gay Pride Parade: Sarah Silverman, David Chiu, and Many Revelers

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A Political Loudmouth street team went to the 2012 San Francisco Gay Pride Parade today.  Sarah Silverman was the parade’s Celebrity Marshall. We popped out to her car and gave her one of our stickers, “Two Girls Kissing Is Hot. Two Wives Kissing Is Hotter.” Her verdict: “Hey, I like this!” You can see her holding our sticker in this photo.

We also ran into San Francisco Supervisor David Chiu, who took a moment to pose with a PL staffer and some of our stickers. And, of course, there were many revelers up and down Market Street and at the Civic Center street party who wanted to take pix with us, and wanted us to take snaps of them with their cameras. We gave away close to 2000 stickers, including a new one for this year, “If God Hates Fags, Why Are We So Cute?”

Our “Two Wives Kissing” poster inspired so much kissing, we started talking about doing the Kissing Booth again. We’ve put it down as a definite “Let’s try to do this next year!” item. Woot!

To see our PG-rated pix from today, please click here.

If you’d like to get the “Two Wives Kissing” art on a sticker or T-shirt, please visit our cafepress page.

You can also download hi-res poster art for free at this link.


America, Liberal, Marriage

Here Are Our Pix from the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco Today

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It was a fabu day, and we had a large team of Loudmouths out with the posters and stickers. Everyone was very pumped up about the recent New York decision on marriage equality. Much fun was had by all. Notice that the lady above is wearing our stickers. : )

You can see our photos from today on our Facebook page here.

Here’s a vid of a cute couple who wanted to kiss under our “2 Wives Kissing” sign.

You can see the pictures that had some nudity here. (We’re posting them separately because Facebook considers any nudity a violation of the terms of service.)

Hope you had a great day also!

Gay, Liberal, Marriage, Political, Women

We’ll Be Giving Away 1000 Stickers at the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco Tomorrow

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So if you see us, be sure to come over and say hi! This sticker is based on what is by far our most popular marriage equality poster. We have more posters and more stickers than we did last year, so it should be quite a bit of fun. See you there!

Gay, Liberal, Marriage

Marriage Equality Passes in New York : )

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Looks like the Pride Fairy came early this year. The New York state senate just passed Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Marriage Equality Act by a vote of 33-29.

All Democratic senators execpt pastor Ruben Diaz, Sr.  voted for the measure. And they were supported by Republicans Roy McDonald and James Alesi, who had announced their intentions to support the bill before the vote. Republican Steve Saland, who spoke at length about his decision, said, “I hope that my parents would be proud.” They are, Steve!

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Gay, Liberal, Marriage

New Poster: “Love Is For Everyher. Love Is For Everyhim. Love Is For Everyone.””

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Love is for every pronoun. Love is for every noun. Love is for every thing that creepeth upon the earth, or swimmeth in the sea, or flyeth in the skyeth.  : )

Here’s the first in our new series of posters supporting marriage equality, Just in time for Gay Pride. Yay!

For a free hi-res download of this poster, just click the image above.

If you’d like a T-shirt with this image on it, just click here.

Gay, Marriage

Free Poster: “Should Republicans Be Able to Marry? Let’s Vote on It!”

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As long as we’re voting on who gets to marry, it’s only fair to put everyone’s marriage on the table. N’est-ce pas?

We’ve had a recent request for this poster on T-shirts, so we’ve just put this art up on our cafepress page. If you’d like a T-shirt featuring this art, go here.

If you’d like a free  hi-res printable version of this poster, just click the image above.

America, Gay, Marriage

Just Say “Takei!”

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You may have heard that SB 49 is about to pass in the Tennessee State House. This bill, often called the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, makes it a crime for teachers to acknowledge the existence of homosexuality.

In response, actor George Takei, who played “Mr. Sulu” on the original Star Trek series, is offering a solution. “Don’t say gay. Say Takei!” As in, “I support Takei marriage.” Or, “I’m going to the “Takei pride parade.” Or even, “That is soooo Takei.”

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Visit the “It’s Okay to Be Takei” online store for a T-shirt. All proceeds go to charity.


Conservative, Gay, Marriage, Republican

Responses to Arguments Against Marriage Equality


Our friends at Madatoms have done it again: “Reason to Oppose Gay Marriage: Next people will be able to marry, goats, sheep, or the farm animal of their choice and make sweet, sweet love to them. Why You’re Wrong: No one needs to marry barnyard animals when they can still get their milk for free. What Your Argument Really Means: You don’t trust yourself not to marry an animal if the option was available.” Read it all

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A Loudmouth Takes on “National Organization for Marriage”


We’re so proud to see a bold spirit like J Corey Davis taking on the “National Organization For Marriage” in Indiana. When this well-funded and highly-connected group  held one of their rallies in celebration of narrow-minded bigotry, Corey sallied forth and demonstrated a different point-of-view that rose above the smallness of Patriarchy R Us. Way to go, dude, and thanks for including us!

Gay, Marriage

We Love Surrogate Moms


When the Political Loudmouth crew went to the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco, the happiest people we met all day were these surrogate mothers. They are all carrying children for gay couples, and they’re so filled with joy about what they are doing that it was a blessing just to stand near them.

As one of them, Kelly, told us about her first experience as a surrogate. “I can easily say my experience, as a surrogate, was absolutely amazing. I really believe that in the future, when I look back on all my accomplishments, it will easily be one of the best things I ever did.” And now she’s carrying a new lil bundle of joy for another gay couple. Check out Kelly’s blog, I’m Not The Mom, Just the Stork

Our hats are off to you: Kelly, Stacie, and Heather!

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Latest Marriage Equality Poster


This has been a very fun series of posters to work on. We’ve gotten so much feedback and engendered so much discussion that this has basically been the funnest thing we’ve done yet. So thanks to everyone who participated, shared, blogged, reblogged, cheered, and booed. This is the last poster, and since it’s the tail end of a long series, a little joke about buggery seemed in order. (Nyuk, nyuk). Go to download page.

Gay, Marriage, Political

Political Loudmouth at Gay Pride in San Francisco


Click photo above to see more pix!

Our dedicated team was in downtown San Francisco at the crack of 10 am, armed with large versions of some of our posters and a bagful of stickers to give away.

We met a whole bunch of interesting people from all over, shared a lot of laughs, and got interviewed by KPFA.

The hundreds of stickers we had were gone in a few minutes, next time we’ll bring thousands. : )

Lots of people took photos of our signs, and asked if they could pose with them. So while they were taking pictures of each other, we snapped some photos to put up on our site. You can see them here.

The hands-down audience favorite was:  “Two girls kissing is hot. Two wives kissing is hotter.”  Woot!

If we met you at the parade on Sunday, thanks for coming by the site, and thanks for making our day so fun! If you want to email us pix or just get in touch, you can reach us at

Marriage, Political

Story on Political Loudmouth in The Dallas Voice

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In case you missed it, has been offering free downloads of posters like the one above for the legalization of same-sex marriage. Cool and colorful, just download these suckers and plaster them all over the place. The site pushes targeting conservatives (um … who else?) with these posters, but the bright whimsy keeps them from coming off as too militant….”

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