Same sex marriage vote clear on Gayview Drive

YES: Kim Allan, manager of Xclusive Hair and Beauty in Wodonga, chose to put up 'vote yes' stickers in support of her LGBTQI customers. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
YES: Kim Allan, manager of Xclusive Hair and Beauty in Wodonga, chose to put up 'vote yes' stickers in support of her LGBTQI customers. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

At Gayview Drive, one business couldn’t be clearer about their position on legalising same sex marriage.

Kim Allan, manager of Xclusive Hair and Beauty in Wodonga, said she didn’t think twice about putting up ‘Vote Yes’ stickers on the salon door.

“We have several LGBT(IQ) clients and it makes me proud to hang the sign on my door to support them, and I will continue to, by voting ‘yes’ to same sex marriage,” she said.

Other shops including Electra Cafe in Albury have also put up stickers, as Toni Johnson of the Albury Marriage Equality continues to door-knock Border businesses.

“I’d like to say to Albury-Wodonga, get behind the local LGBTIQ community, who support your businesses, and show your support in a sign in your business window,” she said.