When The Big Voice was first playing in Los Angeles, we had a lot of invited audiences that were mostly older, straight couples. Afterwards, we'd greet them at the door and they'd say, "We've learned more about gay marriage in the past two hours than we've known our whole lives. You're just like us!"
Joe.My.God. points to a new ad campaign that brilliantly illustrates this:
Three ad spots about gay marriage.
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