Are you a fan of “No Wedding, No Womb!” and want to speak out about it, but dang it, the dishes, the dog, your morning poo, your crappy boss, earthquakes or a solar eclipse keep you from spreading the word like you wish you could?
Well! Thanks to Lefemmnoir (aka the fantabulous Willie Whitehead on Facebook) put together a BRILLIANT form letter that you can cut, paste and send. It takes two seconds. Do it, then don’t forget to wipe your bottom and wash your hands.
Email for Al Sharpton’s publicist: [email protected]
COPY, PASTE, SEND!
I was recently made aware of the fact that you were the publicist for Al Sharpton, so I am contacting you with a message that I would like for you to pass on to him for me.
As is already well known, the out-of-wedlock birthrate in the black community is currently at about 70% on average, and about 90% in some black communities. Blacks outpace every racial community in the US, with the exception of hispanics, in the number of out-of-wedlock births. The results of such high a number of fatherless children is staggering, to say the least.
Ms. Noerdlinger/ Rev. Sharpton, I do not have to mention the studies that have been done and stats that have been collected on the effects that a high illegitimacy rate has on a community and on soceity; all you have to do is turn on the news or pick up a paper and see for yourselves. It goes without saying that the situation is dire and in dire situations drastic measures need to be taken if we are to seriously turn this situation around. This is why I am writing to you today, to get your assistance in getting the word out that going forward, we as a community must no longer tolerate out-of-wedlock births. A few dedicated women of the internet are starting a grass-roots internet campaign that champions waiting for sanctimony of marriage in order to bring a child into this world. Won’t you join us?
As we have seen in the recent news, after a long and arduous legal battle, gays have won the right to be able to marry and create a family bond in the state of California. Some say, that with more gay judges being appointed to the bench, it won’t be long before they have the national right to marry. One does not have to be a genius to see that the sanctimony of marriage is important to all communities, and so it should be to ours, as well. Are we that far removed from soceity that we don’t see it’s importance? I shudder to think about a time when we weren’t afforded the right to be able to marry and how upon emancipation, one of the first acts of freedom many slaves performed, was the act of solidifying their familial ties by getting married. Marriage is the foundation on which we need to rebuild our communities. Won’t you help us in getting the word out?
No Wedding, No Womb. No Wedding, No Womb!
Thank you for your time.