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06/04/2012

Dear anti-LGBT folks with axes to grind: These days, the ax maker is likely pro-gay

by Jeremy Hooper

It's getting harder and harder for anti-LGBT-minded people to make their points without a pro-equality boost. Note the last line:


Funny, of course, because Starbucks is one of the most pro-gay companies in the country, currently under boycott threats for its pro-marriage-equality stance. So basically this guy is paying a pro-gay Paul to rip into Peter Parker's gay super friends.

I recommend this oppositional voice take a nap for an energy boost. Equality lobbyists have yet to get the sleep industry over to our side (we're working on it).

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