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Sarah Sophie Flicker, filmaker, HelloGiggles blogger, and, now, PSA director, collected a group of ladies to collectively lip-synch to Lesley Gore's "You Don't Own Me" for a "get out and vote" message right in time for tonight's final presidential debate.
If political messages can be deemed adorable without undermining what it's saying, then the video is adorable. But with the likes of Alexa Chung, Tavi Gevinson, and various other artists, musicians, filmakers, personalities, and toddlers it packs that woman's rights punch. Check it out after the jump.
· Lena Dunham, Alexa Chung, Miranda July + More In Get Out the Vote PSA [Papermag]
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