Tavi Gevinson Joins Lena Dunham, Others in Message to Female Voters

Tavi Gevinson joins other in calling on all women to vote this election.

In message to female voters and to Republicans this election season, Oak Parker Tavi Gevinson is joined by the likes of Lena Dunham (HBO's Girls), Alexa Chung, Miranda July and singer Lesley Gore in a get-out-the-vote YouTube video.

Gore is the singer behind the 1964 hit, You Don't Own Me, that features prominently in the video. The video features women singing along with the song on their computers and calls out on women to vote to protect their rights in the upcoming election on Nov. 6.

Andrew Gonzales October 27, 2012 at 09:26 PM
Hi Freespirit, I sincerly can understand your desire for your own political freedom and your support for Mitt Romney's character, but I think that your appreciation for him is overly teenager to be frankly and irreligious to dictate him as him as "God's messenger" is overtly zealous and needs to be taken for granted if you consider your self a religous woman
Andrew Gonzales October 27, 2012 at 09:30 PM
"Hi Freespirit" (con.) (con.) If you'd like our country turn into a REGAL political system based on financial resources rather than having any social laterilty I can understand your frustation but please don't toot your horn and make religious claims that embarass me to call myself a religious adult. Have a good day, and I hope to hear back from you, Best, Your happy friendly neighboord Gay
Andrew Gonzales October 27, 2012 at 09:33 PM
To clarify: Switch the second and first entry for the response to make any sense. - AG
Andrew Gonzales October 27, 2012 at 09:36 PM
Aside: Any woman's vote for Romney is the same as any other marketing strategy any politician will use to gather voters from a certain background or ethnicity. Crown him king as you'd wish, but please do not complain if he fails to meet the crown. Again, From your lovely Gay Neighbor
Freespirit one October 28, 2012 at 05:34 PM
Can't argue with fools.


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