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“It’s OK to Vote No” the series!

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“It’s OK to Vote No” the series!

Since the incredible reaction we got from social media for our first “It’s OK to Vote No” satirical video, we have created 2 more videos! Here at DysatisfunctionalTV, we think mocking the enemy is the least we can do.

The 2nd and 3rd videos continue the question: “If it *is* indeed ‘OK to vote no’, what else might be ok?” You tell us! I think by the time I kicked my niece’s puppy Zia, it was clear what we thought of the No campaign for equal marriage.

And now everyone in Australia can get married! The other side tell us that next will come bigamy and bestial marriages, but to those folks I say, pray harder. Speaking of that, we were personally so gratified to see so many religious organisations speak out in support of equal marriage. That took guts, with individual priests and community members going against their official leadership, which was consistently more sluggish on the issue, (unless you were a quaker).

So in short, good on you Australia. We’d like to say our videos turned the debate at a key time, and who can prove we didn’t? (Ed.: we didn’t)

Thanks to all performers and contributors.

Here it is. Tell your friends.

Video 2 takes a dump on the No campaign

 

 

 

Video 3 “Moral Fibre and Empty Carbs” takes out the trash

 

 

 

Or go from the start

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About Luke

Luke Stickels writes fiction, theory, and essays in such a piecemeal fashion as to be moving nigh imperceptibly. But he is no author-ninja. He is dysatisfunctional. Luke has written for Meanjin, The Drum Online, New Matilda, Australian Education Union member magazines, Green Magazine, and various now-defunct magazines: IsNot! probably being the most fun. He has campaigned around the world for progressive change, trained leaders and organisers, and led thousands of people to better articulate their values and participate in social change. He’s won competitive arts grants, developed business documents and consulted with organisations to transform their culture and work processes. He’s written on violence, sound and cinema in several refereed academic journals, taught almost every subject at university, and marked over a million words. He was once carried out of Parliament by 4 police, and once quoted in a tumblr tag for “enlightened.” As if ALL THAT wasn’t due to being completely dysatisfunctional.

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