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01/27/2006

MassEquality: Some shadiness be goin' on, 'mo foes

by Jeremy Hooper

  MassEquality, Massachusetts' preeminent gay rights group, is alleging that at least 2,000 people were either tricked into signing or had their John Hancocks forged on a recently certified queer nuptials-denying petition.

Relatedly, we are continuing to contend that all of the nation's various attempts to discriminate, stigmatize, and create an unwelcoming environment for homosexuals, are merely part of an extremely elaborate episode of "Punk'd," in which Ashton will soon pop out of the bushes, leaving us red-faced, yet relieved.

After all, this can't be "The Real World," as (a) gays tend to be respected there, and (b) our environs aren't Ikeaed within an inch of their lives.

Voters Claim Signature Fraud, Deception; Galvin and Reilly Urged to Investigate [MassEquality Press Release]
Same-sex marriage supporters ask for probe of petition [Boston Globe via MassEquality]

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