Los Angeles, CA, October 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On November 4th, Californians will determine whether the phrase "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California" (Proposition 8) should be added to the California Constitution. In order to buttress support for the proposition, young voters in the Los Angeles area are joining forces in cyberspace to warn Californians about the dangers of same-sex marriage before the election. Thousands of advocates for Proposition 8 are promoting the website whatisprop8.com on Facebook, MySpace, and other internet social utilities. The website outlines the negative consequences same-gender marriage has on children, the ways in which it threatens religious freedom, and its unfavorable impact on society.
Whatisprop8.com webmaster Kenny McNett states: "The reason why many people are not in favor of Proposition 8 is that they are not informed on how it may negatively impact their lives. We created whatisprop8.com to inform voters of the direct and indirect consequences of same-sex marriage." The website is a repository of articles, editorials, and news reports of court cases surrounding the issue. Whatisprop8.com is already gaining considerable momentum. Last week there were fewer than 200 unique visitors; this week it has already drawn over 2000 unique visitors.
If you’d like more information about whatisprop8.com, or to schedule an interview with Kenny McNett, please contact Jenny Lynne Pricer @ 310-487-1820 or firstname.lastname@example.org@whatisprop8.com
Jenny Lynne Pricer