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06/13/2008

Free chemistry lesson: O2 = oxygen, M4M = acceptable

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 17-31Want to get married once California same-sex nuptial legalization takes effect, but don't have a sweetie with whom you wish to tie the proverbial knot? Fret not, kiddies -- the proudly gay-inclusive Chemistry.com dating site is coming to your rescue. On Monday, 6/16, the company will offer a free seven-day membership to any Californian who wants it:

Chemistry.com Celebrates California's Decision to Legalize Gay Marriage [PR Newswire]
(h/t: Queerty)

And if voters choose in November to halt to the marriages by voting for an anti-gay amendment, we hear the company will simply implement a new promotion wherein gays are no longer allowed to date conservatives. It's good to have a backup plan!

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