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10/03/2005

Pop Quiz: Scenes from a Connecticut protest edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Our friend Andy at Towleroad is running this picture from a weekend festivity in Connecticut:

 Photos Uncategorized Connprotest

Our question to you, dear readers: Are these smooth shaven men:

a) Celebrating the lovely Fall weather by spinning around in gay abandonment in some sort of weird autumn harvesting ritual?
b) Providing helpful household tips for those who have a surplus of apples and oranges and would like to change them into carrots and onions? (see sign)
c) Protesting the legalization of civil unions in Connecticut by ripping a rainbow flag and celebrating the existence of AIDS?
d) Demonstrating that in the world of extremely anti-gay fashion, black is the sensible choice for Fall?

For the answer and more, head over to Towleroad.

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