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03/02/2009

Finding truth in 'pro-family' art

by Jeremy Hooper

Randy Thomasson's Campaign For Children and Families -- an outfit considered too extreme by even California's mainstream "pro-family" movement -- has announced that they will be launching a revamped website in the coming days. However, they've already provided a glimpse of their new logo:

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So let's see: There are brackets containing figures that look like flipped exclamation points with no discernible limbs.

You know what? We. LOVE. It! Why? Well, because it perfectly conveys the key points that seem to make up this also-ran group's core message: That within anti-gay California's B-racket are lots of exclaimed points, all of which turn reality upside down, yet none of which have any legs.

So yea -- a brilliant move, CCF! Here's hoping that the full site provides as much subliminal fodder for us to mine on our next slow news day.

CCF's website [SaveCalifornia.com]

***ALSO: The new logo is going to be so easy for us to replicate using only simple ASCII characters:


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Your thoughts

Looks like a sad, crying, cockeyed blockhead with dangling earrings!

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 2, 2009 8:35:49 PM

Its nice they chose figures where gender is irrelevant. In fact it looks to me like two women. One with a big butt and one with big boobs.

Maybe they are coming around.

Posted by: Steve - Geneva, IL | Mar 2, 2009 9:41:38 PM

I assume we're supposed to be able to tell the genders by the sizes. Once again they show that they only care about preserving male privilege.

Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Mar 2, 2009 10:32:31 PM

Wouldn't "@#$%&*!" be a better ASCII representation?

Posted by: Dana | Mar 2, 2009 11:21:26 PM

I guess in their world all women are pear shaped.

Posted by: Timothy | Mar 3, 2009 3:10:35 PM

She's not pear shaped, she's wearing a dress. (As all good women should.) I also love that they made the man taller. They really thought this out!

Posted by: Matt Algren | Mar 3, 2009 3:46:44 PM

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