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10/02/2005

'Time' reports: Battle of Shi-because anti-gays make me feel-loh

by Jeremy Hooper

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Though it's disheartening that any sort of skirmish remains, it is refreshing to hear that the all-out queer clash of our own adolescent days of yore has apparently been reduced to a mere "battle." Here's hoping that in the not too distant future, this ridiculous cultural campaign will eventually be downgraded to a minor altercation, before digressing into a bona fide non-event of homosexual non-stigmatization.

The Battle Over Gay Teens [Time.com]

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