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07/11/2013 06:40 pm ET

Change.org Petition Started by Man To Propose To His Boyfriend

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A San Francisco man wants to propose to his boyfriend, but he needs your help.

José Juan Capó started a petition Wednesday on Change.org titled "Brian Robert Key: Marry José Juan Capó." On the website, he wrote this argument to convince Key to say "yes:"

I love you, Brian Key. I love your smile, your handsome looks and your smart and witty personality. I have loved you for almost 25 years now.

You and I have a very supportive relationship. We have established homes for ourselves in the places where we have lived. We have shared each other's family and have had the great fortune to know many fun and caring friends.

We have shared many laughs and we have cried together. We have supported each other through difficult times and we have celebrated the victories of our lives. Although we don't always agree, we find ways to handle conflict and focus on what matters.

We love waking up together every morning. We have grown wiser together and we wish to continue growing older together. We belong together.

I cannot think of anyone with whom I would rather spend the rest of my life. I am lucky to be your loving partner and I cannot wait to be your husband. Please say 'yes'!

On Thursday, Capó added this update to the petition: "I wanted to let everyone know that I've had a preliminary meeting with [Key] and he's very excited about this petition. Let's spread the word and get at least 1,000 signatures that I can deliver to him. I think we have a good chance for victory on this one!"

The petition currently has 175 supporters. To add your name, go to Change.org.

Change.org isn't the first website used to pop the question -- Buzzfeed, The Knot and Twitter have all helped people propose to their loved ones.

Click through the slideshow below to see our picks for the best proposals of all time.

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