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02/07/2012

Video: Minnesota For Marriage not anti-gay, self-determines Minnesota For Marriage #MNUnited

by Jeremy Hooper

In a recent radio interview, Kalley Yanta admitted that she judges gay people for their "immoral actions" and "lifestyles," and that she is working against "the homosexual lifestyle" specifically. But never mind all that. You should probably just trust her (and her Maggie-Gallagher-crafted talking points) when she says this whole attempt to tarnish her state's constitution is just about "protecting marriage":

Regular G-A-Y readers know I never use terms like "hater" or really ever inscribe any sort of motivation onto the hearts of those who fight against me. But that being said: If you are someone who considers my sexual orientation a "lifestyle" and my loving, legal marriage an "immoral action," then you are certainly targeting me, personally, and not just my rights in the abstract. That's just reality.

I don't have to call anyone a "hater" or "bigot" for making the anti-equality lifestyle choice. But I won't let those who take a stand against me, my love, my life, and my American rights to call themselves innocents, either.

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