Now That The Dust Has Settled, Here Are 3 Things We’d Write On K-Stew’s Car

Photo: (Today.com)

Photo: (Today.com)

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are SO over, but one cheeky fan doesn’t wanna let the “Twilight” stars forget their past! Kristen was recently spotted getting into her badly-in-need-of-a-wash pickup truck, which had “I <3 Rob” written on it. Not a very clever message. We have some better ideas…

+ Peace Sign

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Our idea of chaos may be too many cars on the freeway or too many people in line at Starbucks, but in some countries, elementary school-aged child soldiers are faced with real chaos on a daily basis. Whoever drew this peace sign on K-Stew’s truck must want her to help save child soldiers in countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo and Chad, where years of unrest have forced many adolescents into the military.

+ Human Rights Campaign Equality Sign

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We recently left the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Prop 8 in the dust so it seems only natural that the LGBTQ equality sign would be etched into Kristen’s dusty truck. The sign is the symbol of the Human Rights Campaign, an organization that fights for equal rights for all people regardless of sexual orientation.

+ NO MORE

StewartDustNoMore-Insert1.5 million teens, male and female, are physically abused by a dating partner every year! Much like the pink breast cancer ribbon and yellow ribbon to support our troops, NO MORE‘s blue and white circular symbol spreads awareness for domestic violence and sexual abuse.  Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart might be NO MORE, but the struggle against physical abuse and dating violence is still happening right now.

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