At a stop in Minneapolis on Friday, a female activist dumped silver glitter on Minessota Congresswoman and presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann.

“You can run, but you cannot hide!” activist Rachel E. B. Lang yelled as she threw glitter at Bachmann after she concluded her speech at the RightOnline conference. “Keep your hate out of our constitution!” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Bachmann either ignored or was oblivious to Lang's protest.

Lang was referring to Bradlee Dean's You Can Run But You Cannot Hide youth ministry. Bachmann has previously supported the controversial preacher who created a firestorm of controversy last month when he suggested President Barack Obama and Democrats are not Christians. Dean included the swipe in delivering the Minnesota House's opening prayer on the day the chamber was expected to vote on a constitutional amendment that seeks to ban gay marriage in the state. (The House approved the measure the following day, sending it to voters for their approval in 2012.)

“I 'glittered' Representative Michele Bachmann to draw attention to her anti-gay crusade against families like yours and mine,” Lang said in a statement. “As the proud daughter of a lesbian mom living in the state of Minnesota, I know first hand how harmful Michele's anti-gay rhetoric and policy positions can be.”

Bachmann is the third presidential candidate to get glittered. On Thursday in San Francisco, two female activists dumped pink glitter and confetti on former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty. The incidents are similar to Nick Espinosa's 'gay' glittering of Newt Gingrich last month in Minneapolis.

During a GOP presidential debate on Monday, Bachmann, Gingrich and Pawlenty reiterated their support for a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.