Started 2 petitions
Give Larry David a Third First Name
Elijah. Horton. Xavier. Whatever it is, it’s well deserved and a long time coming. The time is now. Larry David has suffered for decades with only two first names. It’s something no other human should experience. In fact, it’s the reason Larry David was only the second-most talked about celebrity on Tinder in the United States in all of 2018. The reality: he didn’t have a chance. And up until now — he’s been suffering in silence. That’s where we come in. Let’s level the playing field. A third first name could be career launching. It could help this man finally come into his own. It could get him respect in the Tinder community, the very community he holds so dear to his heart. Since the beginning of time, third first names have made all the difference. Jennifer Jason Leigh. Chad Michael Murray. Jamie Lee Curtis. Neil Patrick Harris. Sarah Jessica Parker. Tommy Lee Jones. The list goes on. If you or anyone you know can understand the gravity of having only two first names, you can’t afford to stay silent on this issue. Your voice matters. Sign our petition and join the movement to give Larry David a Third First Name.
Interracial Couple Emoji
Interracial Couple Emoji Emojis are the universal language of the digital age. We use them to show our emotions, to give clarity and context to our conversations, and to represent the world around us. It may seem like there’s an emoji for everything, but that’s not the case. While emojis for people of color and emojis for same-sex couples both became a reality in 2015, one group of people is still excluded from emoji representation: interracial couples. Isn’t it time all love was represented? Why is Tinder involved? We believe all love deserves emoji representation. But that’s not all—research shows that online dating and interracial relationships go hand in hand. In fact, a recent study suggested that Tinder, and the resulting increased popularity of dating apps, may be responsible for an increase in interracial marriages. Let’s join hands, stand together and #RepresentLove. It’s time for an Interracial Couple Emoji. But keep in mind; it can take up to two years for a proposed emoji to complete the review, approval and standardization process. So sign the petition today!