Teens get ‘OK4U2BGay’ T-shirts for pro-gay videos

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The developers of H8SUX.com are offering free OK4U2BGAY T-shirts to teens who speak out against homophobia in YouTube videos.

A news release said H8SUX took inspiration from Fox’s “Glee” for the gay rightsl campaign aimed at “ballot box bullies” in Minnesota and North Carolina, anti-gay lawmakers in Utah and Tennessee and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum.

“We are recruiting kids to the cause of promoting the acceptance of homosexuality in schools,” said H8Sux’s Luke Montgomery. “In 2012, kids should not be bullied and attacked just for being who they are. This free T-shirt will be a pro-gay billboard plastered on the chests of thousands of kids in classrooms across the nation. Our agenda is simple: to tell kids that it’s “OK4U2BGAY.”

Montgomery said H8SUX also is appealing to adults to join the cause.

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