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08/28/2006

WorldPride rescheduled; world peace still waiting

by Jeremy Hooper

   Organizers of this summer's cancelled WorldPride parade have rescheduled the much-debated event for September 21.

Interestingly, 9/21 is also the International Day of Peace, the next-to-last day of summer, the birthday of talk show host Ricki Lake, and the day before the eve of Rosh Hashana. So to all those potential anti-gay protesters planning to picket the parade: please consider directing your antipathy to the beginning of autumn, the star of the film version of Hairspray, or one of the other many goings-on which may ruffle your feathers. We could really use the break.

World Pride parade to take place next month in J'lem [ynetnews.com]

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