One of the symbols of the gay rights movement for same-sex marriage is an "equal sign."
It was created by the pro-gay Human Rights Campaign and serves as the group's logo.
Now, the anti-gay marriage group MassResistance has created their own version, the "not equal" sign, which they are offering as a sticker in exchange for a financial donation, noted GoodAsYou.org.
The anti-gay group suggests that folks to stick the "not equal" sticker "on your car between your 'Impeach Obama' and 'NRA' stickers," because opposing gay rights apparently goes with loving guns and hating President Obama.
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The MassResistance website explains how those who oppose gay people can "fight back":
Tired of having the homosexual "equal" sign always thrown in your face? Stick it back at them -- and counter the gay agenda -- with MassResistance's stickers!
...By pushing the "equal" sign everywhere, it's also meant to have an intimidating psychological effect on anyone who opposes their movement. Individual activists often display it as much as possible. It says that they're banded together, that they're everywhere, that their "equal" is the new normal, and that we don't have a chance countering their momentum.
The truth is: It's NOT equal. And MassResistance has decided to help you fight back. We've just "come out" with our own sticker that subtly and simply counters their propaganda.
Source: HRC.org, MassResistance.org, GoodAsYou.org