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07/25/2011

NOM NYC rally sign: 'GAY = Got AIDS Yet?'

by Jeremy Hooper

Another "loving" sign from yesterday's National Organization For Marriage rally in midtown Manhattan, this one courtesy of G-A-Y reader and friend Ben May:

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[hal8999: Flickr]

Would love to see the writing on the back. Maybe that's where he hid the measured takes on equal protection and due process under civil law? Possibly? We thinkin' ?

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*OTHER posts about yesterday's Manhattan rally:

The eye-opening photos from the day [G-A-Y]

Why so much sympathetic "security"? [G-A-Y]

A discussion about the crowd makeup -- misinformed, exploited [G-A-Y]

Check out the name of the primary bus company they used [G-A-Y]

About that man who denied anti-gay animus [G-A-Y]

Very off-message Orthodox contingent [G-A-Y]

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