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01/17/2012

Wash slope, dry talking points

by Jeremy Hooper

With a marriage bill gaining favor in the legislature, the Washington state opposition movement is gearing up. Gearing up by doing what the "protect marriage" crowd does best: Suggesting that our marriages are going to lead to a state-/nationwide epidemic of people busting their asses:

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Where is this darn slope and why are we gay folk its de facto banana peel? I mean, I've been married for nearly three years now, and it's currently raining right now in my hometown. Yet as I look out my window even during this time of inclimate weather, I see so many heterosexuals -- some with children in tow, even!! -- ably traversing the streets of NYC without so much as a stumble, much less a slip. Where is all of the exaggerated bootie-busting?! I feel robbed of the good physical comedy that my adversaries have so dutifully promised! So many lost viral video opportunities, if nothing else!

Ya know, if your opposition isn't careful, people are going to thinking of them as fear-mongery. And washed up, fittingly enough.

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