By Todd Swindell and Michael Petrelis
Members of the #ILikeMikeSF team on Thursday, Sept. 18th at 12 noon will hand-deliver a letter of protest to the Dolores Heights home of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
We are upset that the social media monopoly, after meeting with San Francisco drag queen icons as part of the #MyNameIs effort, still refuses to change its policy regarding use of stage names and pseudonyms on users' personal pages for whatever reason.
Here's the social media monopoly's stated policy:
“[FB requires] everyone to provide their real names, so you always know who you’re connecting with. This helps keep our community safe.”
We are not divulging the address of where Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan live, and the letter-delivery is not a protest.
Zuckerberg's mansion was the subject of a Sept. 2013 San Francisco Chronicle story and was photographed by reporter Andy Ross, who paid a visit to the home (tinyurl.com/SFChron-At-Zuckerberg-Mansion).
District 8 candidate Michael will hand-deliver the letter wearing his rainbow burqa and as his drag princess persona "Burqa Boy".