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Hello fellow Ridazz. Please forgive this off topic post.
Many of you have been photographed by me over the last 2 years. You also might remember me as the tall guy riding the glowing blue recumbent tricycle.
I trying to shamelessly promote our upcoming feature length documentary, and I'm hoping some of you Ridazz will view our trailers on youtube or myspace, and leave comments about them.
No matter what you think about same-sex parenting, your assumptions will be challenged as you watch this compelling story unfold over the course of five years. The Stewarts are an unconventional family, with surprisingly conventional values. Their odyssey is intimate and moving; but it exists within a wider context of the national debate over same-sex marriage and adoption. This film presents a rich body of evidence that encourages thoughtful discussion of these hot-button topics.
We're editing now, and our film will be finished this fall. We're hoping to affect the debate in the upcoming presidential elections, and any comments you leave that help start that debate are very welcome.
Still have this spoke card on my bike and it travels with me on all my solo adventure/scouting trips. I saw two recumbent bikes on the way to San Diego and thought of Mark as we exchanged greetings across the way.