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05/31/2005

Troy High: Gay posters reproduce

by Jeremy Hooper

Parents' attempts to have a gay-accepting poster removed from their children's classroom has led a Detroit-area high school to actually order more of the tolerant wall art. The Troy High English Dept. has ordered 25 additional posters which bear the message "Gay People are Everyday People," and show gay people being...well, everyday.

The parents opposed are saying the message is wrong, goes against their beliefs, and is trying to "change [their] children."

Of course they may have a point, as teenage exposure to this poster...

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...has led many of us at G-A-Y to a lifetime of tree hugging and pussy loving. But that, like gay acceptance, is certainly not a negative thing.

Shape up, parents.

Gay poster multiplies in Troy High [The Detroit News]

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