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12/06/2005

BC dance theme seen as too gay; 'dress as your favorite lube bottle' prob. no better

by Jeremy Hooper

   Citing their Catholic affiliation as reason, administrators at Boston College have reportedly asked the school's Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Leadership Council to change the name of an upcoming AIDS benefit dance. The proposed name of "A Night in Gay Paris" was said to be deemed too gay.

Our suggestions for new, possibly more acceptable monikers: "A Fully Clothed Afternoon Spent Watching Sports in Gay Paris," "A Night in 'Ex-Gay' Paris," "A Night In Gay Paris in Which We Hold Picket Signs Calling People Sinners," "A Night in Gay Little Rock," "Let's Have a Night In, Paris is Too Gay," "A Night in Paris Hilton To Prove I'm Not Gay," "A Nightmare is Gay Paris," or "Boston College AIDS Benefit Dance 2005."

Feel free to use 'em, collegiate friends.

Boston College rejects proposed gay theme for dance [AP via Boston.com]

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