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05/01/2006

No Gay Gear, one No Gay Year later

by Jeremy Hooper

Since it's the first anniversary of the launch of NO Gay Gear, we decided to check in on the online retailer of anti-gay clothing and merchandise to see how things are going at this, their one year mark.

From the site's online poll asking the question, "How do you like the new NoGayGear?":

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Oh dear. It would seem the relationship between anti-gay retailer and customer base is just a tad bit rocky. Well, hang in there NoGayGear -- they say the first year's the hardest. By your silver anniversary in 2030, we're sure your fans and your merchandise...

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...will still seem as CRAZY about each other as they do today, if not more so. They're just nutty, those crazy kids!

How do you like NoGayGear? [No Gay Gear]

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