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07/29/2005

CT gays fight to have civil unions bumped to marriage status

by Jeremy Hooper

   Eight couples in Connecticut are challenging the state's recent legalization of civil unions, as full fledged, grown up, equal marriage is what they seek. The couples filed a brief in New Haven Superior Court Thursday, which to put it briefly, said civil unions are kinda bullsh*t and marriage is totally a constitutional right.

If successful in their attempt, it would be a major win for the state's gays, as well as the state's arthritic wedding attendees who've long been dreading the extra effort it would take to humorously cover honeymoon-bound vehicles with "Just Civil Unioned" proclamations.

Plus, "Will you civil union me?" just sounds so damn faggy!

Ct Couples Push For Gay Marriage Rights [1010 WINS]

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