Hillary Presidential Run Promoted With Tween Wonder Woman, ‘Bill for First Lady’ Campaign

Hillary Rodham Clinton

A liberal activist who formerly changed his name to "Sissyfag" is promoting a Hillary Clinton presidential run with ads featuring young girls dressed as Wonder Woman and a "Bill for First Lady" campaign.

A Facebook "casting call" posted on Friday asks for "girls 6 to 12 years old," preferably "girls of color, larger weight little girls, girl in wheel chair, girl with down syndrome, and ASL speaking girl," to star in a "White House Wonder Woman Pro-Hillary 2016 Web Video."

A moving pro-Hillary 2016 web campaign spot urging Hillary Clinton to run for president and set an example for girls everywhere that they can achieve anything they dream of. This one minute video spot will feature young girls from all walks of life and abilities wearing red, white, and blue Wonder Woman-style costumes and speaking in unison with Hillary speech excerpts on opening doors and breaking ceilings to encourage girls to not let any limits be placed on what they can do and what they can achieve.

The ad asks parents to show up at a Columbus, Ohio, address previously used by Organizing for America as a staging area for election day 2012 campaign activities.

The Facebook ad says to contact " (Luke)."

It links to another ad, by a pro-Obama group called Legalize Love, which says it was directed by Luke Montgomery.

Luke Montgomery is a gay rights activist who began his "Bill for First Lady" campaign in 2005. He registered in the run-up to the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries, and has since registered

" is here to beat Republicans to the punch—and the punch line—by making the inevitable 'Bill as first lady' jokes old before they can hurt during the election," Montgomery said in 2008.

A recent Craigslist ad promoted a pro-Hillary event at a gay pride parade in Miami that also featured the "Bill for First Lady" theme.

Montgomery changed his name to Luke Sissyfag in 1993 to bring attention to discrimination against gay people. The following year he unsuccessfully ran for mayor of Washington, D.C.

He later changed his name back to Montgomery and said he wished "people would forget about the person named Luke Sissyfag and move on."