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On some anti-gay rally cries, moderates wear the pants

by Jeremy Hooper

It's unclear whether these comments come from gays who monitor One News Now for anti-gay content, or from actual "pro-family" people who are themselves sick with the way groups like the American Family Association try to make hay out of every single LGBT-centric matter on the face of the planet. But either way, these first five comments from an ONN story regarding that Indiana lesbian who fought and won the right on wear a tux to her prom show that on some of their silliness, the AFA is having an increasingly difficult time garnering support:

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*Comment source: School caves to tuxedo-clad lesbian [ONN]

Always good to see pitchforks traded in for reason.

**To be fair, there are two other comments that lash out against the ACLU (which, oddly, have been repositioned between the above comments since our initial posting). But even if they are dismissive by AFA standards.

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Your thoughts

Tuxedo clad lesbians are definitely a force to be reckoned with.

Posted by: John Ozed | Mar 18, 2009 1:11:00 PM

They make some great looking pant suits! Good point why not wear them?? In satin or velvet.. really great.

Posted by: LOrionL | Mar 18, 2009 2:20:45 PM

And so it goes...
I think that over the years, groups like the "AFA" are going to have an increasingly difficult time scaring up support for their anti-gay hysteria.

Posted by: foundit66 | Mar 18, 2009 3:31:40 PM

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