As someone who survived the "franky says..." t-shirt era without owning one, I think I'll pass here too. Good cause--maybe--but I'm not big on the exploitation of children to promote it, no matter how "right" that cause may be. Some day those kids will be rational-thinking adult porn actors and will have to explain why the money they were paid to drop f-bombs on video was worth it. Put that on your resume and try to get in a Jello commercial kid. I wonder how many gay people looking for legitimate equality and acknowledgment are embarrassed by these kind of over-the-top shock-value approaches? To me it's funny, but cheesy and hard to take seriously.