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07/29/2005

Anti-gay granny panties still in sizable wad over Gay.com billboard

by Jeremy Hooper

    The "pro-family" types are continuing their attacks today on that Mass. Gay.com billboard (pic.), for whose premature termination they are taking credit. Speaking to Agape Press (who, incidentally, are still running misleading headlines claiming that Gay.com is a 'porn' site), Article 8 Alliance's Brian Camenker calls the ad:

    "the most disgusting thing you'd ever want to see on the side of a street: two men, one behind the other, naked, embracing, wrapped in an American flag, advertising a pornographic 'hook-up' website."

Which is just plain crazy. The most disgusting thing we'd ever want to see involves rotten goat's milk regurgitated into a truck stop toilet, where it is then ladled with a rusty tuna can into smelly orthopedic shoes and served to 700 pound, gay-hating party guests.

Now that, Mr Camenker, is disgusting. Two guys showing a little patriotic lovin' to advertise a homosexual infotainment site - hottttt!

Homosexual Porn Site Ad Comes Down After Pro-Family Protest [Agape]

***It should be noted that some folks at both Gay.com and Clear Channel are claiming that this whole brouhaha is a non-event, and that Article 8's complaints had nothing to do with the billboard's removal.

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