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08/01/2011

Photos: In the cards, inevitable win; on the poster board, indelible wit

by Jeremy Hooper

Few of us will miss the nasty protest signs like the ones we saw at the July 24th National Organization For Marriage and Westboro Baptist Church rallies (separate groups, obv.; same location and issue). However, if any good has come out of these years of strife-filled demonstrations, it's the LGBT community's continued demonstration of community cleverness. Which is exactly what the folks at ActUp.org have rounded up in this, a collection of the best pro-equality protest signs to come out of this so-called "culture war." Go have a look:

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FULL SET: USA - Signs that will be missed when marriage equality exists in all 50 states [ActUp.org]

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