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LUSH Cosmetics Hosts a ‘Kiss & Tell’ for Marriage Equality

LUSH Cosmetics may be in the beauty biz but they're also in the business of making a difference --whether it's with their eco-friendly packaging, vegetarian products or the multitude of charities they contribute to. This much is clear: LUSH believes in making the world a better place to live in.

Facing a nation struggling to deliver equal rights to the GLBT community, LUSH takes a firm stand by openly professing their creed that men and women everywhere and of all sexual orientations deserve the freedom to marry whomever they choose. Taking it a step further, the British-based company has joined forces with marriage equality coalition Freedom to Marry to launch the "Freedom to Marry" campaign to raise awareness about the 1,138 rights denied to same-sex couples and to help legalize marriage equality in the United States.

As part of the joined efforts to fight for equality, LUSH is hosting a nationwide protest for marriage equality in a way we think would please even the great Gandhi: a "Kiss & Tell." This Saturday, June 18, at 11:38 am (local time), staff, customers, advocates and supporters are invited (along with their significant others) to congregate at their local LUSH shops to share a moment united, protesting with a kiss.

Not only will you be able to write to your representing senators, asking them for their vote in support of marriage equaity, but LUSH is also distributing the limited edition "Freedom Foamer" Bubble Bar.

Make sure to visit your local LUSH shop and at 11:38 a.m. kiss marriage inequality goodbye.

For a complete list of LUSH shops, click here.


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