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01/26/2011

No, FRC: We said the wedding is semi-formal, not chain mail and rapier!

by Jeremy Hooper

As a legally married gay man, I really do have to wonder sometimes what, exactly, groups like the Family Research Family Council hope to do to my family:

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[SOURCE for FRC's ridiculous graphic]

Because come on: A sword-wielding knight? For the cause of rolling back a fellow American's benign civil peace? It may not make me feel threatened, per se. But it certainly doesn't make me question whether my husband and I were supposed to have exchanged shields rather than rings.

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