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03/28/2005

Hey Oregon homo-gays: remember when you could marry?

by Jeremy Hooper

In Oregon, memorabilia commemorating last year's window when gay and lesbian couples were able to marry has been assembled into a collection called the "Wedding Album Project." According to AP reports, the collection is on on display for a month at Multnomah County's headquarters, and will eventually be turned over to the Oregon Historical Society for preservation.

Not to be outdone, we have learned that those who protested the unions have also assembled a collection of their own memorabilia from the time period. We at G-A-Y have managed to obtain an exclusive sneak peek. What are the odds, right?

Witness the horror:


Those who don't remember history are condemned to remain bigots...or something like that.

Oregon gay marriage mementoes to be preserved for history [AP via KATU.com]

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