Thank you so much for your regular and ongoing correspondence about my Human Rights Campaign membership. I’m sorry that I have you so distraught over my failure to make a contribution this year, but really, I have my reasons.
You see, since you became President of the HRC, you only ever call for one thing: money. You never call to see how I am, or just tell me some great news, or ask me to take action. There’s always that sneaky little “how ’bout a donation” somewhere in the message.
It makes me feel cheap, and used.
I’d also like to know where I can update my records with you. You see, for about six months now I’ve been trying to get you to take my former partner’s name off of my record. I’ve been all over your web site, to no avail.
I did finally get you to stop sending me so many emails. But even that was a chore, and required following way too many unsubscribe links.
If you decide to change your style of communications so that I feel appreciated, instead of just like a checkbook, and if you decide to make it easy for me to manage the information you have about me via your web site, I’ll think about coming back.
I do appreciate everything you and the HRC do to promote equal rights for all Americans. I just don’t think I can financially support you until you get yourselves organized.
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