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06/17/2005

Yum, this cake is soo moist and liberating

by Jeremy Hooper

   The Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby of Texas has chosen the wedding cake as a symbol of protest against the Lone Star State's proposed amendment banning gay marriage. The group has launched a lobby group called the Wedding Cake Liberation Front, which will try with all of its might to keep the amendment from obtaining voter approval in November.

Inspired, we have decided to create the "Open Bar" Emancipation Coalition, in which we hope to find the answers to all of our nuptial woes waiting for us at the bottom of a bottle of Stoli. Now if you'll excuse me, it's time to go take a shot of meeting.

Gay, Lesbian Rights Group Protests Amendment With Wedding Cake [AP via nbc5i.com]

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