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03/02/2007

Gay couplings: A fight to the post-finish

by Jeremy Hooper

As if breakups weren't hard enough...

And this has been another edition of:

Videos of issues that could easily be rendered obsolete if only fairness and equality were just as embraced in this country as "American Idol" and Oreos.

Because you see, friends -- with the ability to marry and divorce in the same manner that around 50% of heterosexual couples already do, these gents could be moving on with their lives instead of being told they'd have been more worthy if they'd had wives.

Suit Seeks Ex-Partner Rights [365Gay]
Gays in government [YouTube]

**Bizarrely, the issue for the YouTube user/blogger who uploaded this clip is: Should gays, such as Commissioner Adams (who is rumored to be running for mayor of Portland), be allowed in government leadership roles? Seriously -- that is what this particular person got from the piece?

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